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Eastern 
Baptist Association 




Churches in Association 



One Hundred and Sixty-fourth 
Annual Session 



1991 Annual 
North Carolina 



North Carolina 

Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Sixty-fourth 

Annual Session 

1827 . 1991 

FIRST DAY SECOND DAY 

October 28, 1991 October 29, 1991 

CLINTON, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MAGNOLIA BAPTIST CHURCH 

(Concord and Johnson, Assisting) 

THEME: "Churches In Association" 
MODERATOR: Anthony Gurganus CLERK: Ottis King 

NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day - Mt. Olive, FBC - October 26, 1992 

Second Day - Mt. Gilead Baptist Church - October 27, 1992 

(Union Grove Assisting) 

ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF 

P.O. Box 712 Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 
LOCATION: 102 N. Center Street 

Director of Missions - James H. Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton NC 28328 
O - (919) 293-7077 H - (919) 590-3592 

Mission Ministries Director - Cathy Hopkins, 600 E. Lanier, Wallace NC 28466 
O - (919) 293-7077 H - (919) 285-7744 

Secretary - Jo Neal Robinson, Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton, NC 28328 
O - (919) 293-7077 H - (919) 592-3044 



Table of Contents 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 

Telephone: (919) 293-7077 

ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 1 

1992 BUDGET AND ANTICIPATED INCOME 37 

CHURCH CONTRIBUTIONS TO EBA 40 

CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS 54 

HISTORICAL TABLES (1827-1991) 63 

HISTORY OF CONCORD BAPTIST CHURCH 21 

HISTORY OF JOHNSON BAPTIST CHURCH 21 

MAP OF EASTERN ASSOCIATION (CENTER OF BOOK) 

MESSENGERS TO ANNUAL MEETING 12 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 19 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL MEETING 13 

REPORTS: 

Associational Executive Board 22 

Brotherhood 36 

Christian Social Ministries 31 

Church Extension Ministries Committee 29 

Church Music 25 

Committee on Committees 28 

Constitution and Bylaws 52 

Cooperative Program 27 

Deaf Ministries Committee 30 

Deaf Mission, Poston Baptist Church . . . . , 34 

Discipleship Training 24 

Evangelism 26 

Hispanic Mission, First Baptist Church, Clinton 34 

Hispanic Mission. First Baptist Church, Mount Olive 35 

Interfaith Witness Ministries Committee 29 

Literacy Ministries Committee 33 

Media Library 32 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee 30 

Missions Development Council 35 

Nominating Committee 10 

Properties Committee 29 

Resolutions Committee 18 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Committee 31 

Seminary Extension 36 

Senior Adult Ministries Committee 32 

Sunday School 24 

Vacation Bible School 25 

Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Committee 33 

Woman's Missionary Union 23 

Woman's Missionary Union 82nd, Annual Session Minutes 23 

1991 World Missions Conference 30 

RULES OF ORDER 54 

SCHEDULE OF MEETING PLACES OF EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 52 

STATISTICAL TABLES 69 

TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE (See proceedings) 17 

TREASURER'S REPORT (as of September 30, 1991) 

and January-December, 1990) 41 

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Associational Directory 

Ministers 

Albertson James Johnson, 515 W. Boney St., Wallace, NC 28466; 

Ai c . o.. . , 285-4206 

Alum bprmgs Shelton Justice, Rt. 1 Box 38A-2, Warsaw 28398; 293-7524 

Bear Marsh Darrin Wade, Rt. 2 Box 52, Mount Olive 28365; 658-6133 

^^"^^h Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 592-3441 

^^^^^ Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 564-6060 

r 1 r> . r^, (H) 592-7156 

^^i^^ry Graham Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; 293-7458 

^^^yP^o Gregory A. Day, P.O. Box 248, Calypso 28325^ 658-5223 

^^^^er J. Albert Pope, Rt. 1 Box 239, Warsaw 28398; (C) 532-2118 

(H) 289-2755 
Clinton, FBC Alfred Miller, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 592-8124 

I L4 . u ^;|. • r .. (^^) 592-4600 

Jean Hatch - Mmister of Music, 309 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; (H) 592-6215 

^^"^o'^^ Dan Sellers, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; (C) 289-3718 

^^""**^ Larry W. King, Rt. 1 Box 329, Rose Hill 28458- (C) 289-3928 

Dobson Chapel Randy Cowan, Rt. 1 Box 118-B, Magnolia 28453- 

P ^ (C) 296-1473 (H) 296-0840 

tvergreen David Simmons, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458; (C) 532-4757 

p. (H) 532-2822 

r r^ /.• • •. ^•^- ^^^ "^26, Faison 28341; (C) 267-5301 

^^^*^"d Lloyd Braswell, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (C) 529-5201; 

r^r^o.' ru 1 (H) 529-2531 

Garners Chapel . . . . . Rt. 1 Box 107, Mount Olive 28365 

^'''''^ ^^'^ Woody Neil (Interim), 605 N. East Blvd., Clinton 28328- 

c, D . ., ^^) 592-3937 (H) 592-3513 

btan Benton - Mmister of Music, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 

T I u *. (H) 592-3262 

Tena Johnson - Mmister of Youth & Children, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446; 

Hickory Grove Johnny Earl Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328; 

.^^ 1 A,. ^ ^^) 564-2591 (H) 564-2495 

Immanuel Allen Overton, P.O. Box 52, Clinton 28328; (C) 592-3854 

/LJ\ CQO OOfifi 

Ingold Danny Johnson, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446; 529^4181 

Island Creek Millard Bounds, Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 

IK I , (C) 289-2606 (H) 289-2602 

^'"'"^''" Johnny J. Hicks, Rt. 2 Box 71, Warsaw 28398; (C) 293-4757 

'^""^"^^^"^ D. Gene Lakey, Jr., P.O. Box 865, Kenans"vlli?28m 

^^^"""^'^ John Oliver, P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453; (C) 289-2217 

(H) 289-3378 



Mount Gilead Lynn Bullock, Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 592-6533 

Mount Olive, FBC Anthony Z. Gurganus, Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; 

(C) 658-2062 (H) 658-2351 
Rose Pleasant - Minister of Education, Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; 

(C) 658-2062 

Mount Vernon E.G. Mattocks, Rt. 5 Box 50, Clinton 28328; 

(C) 533-3164 (H) 533-3719 

New Hope David Brisson, 1010 Raleigh Rd., Clinton 28328; 

(C) 533-3870 (H) 592-0586 

Peace Pat Wood, P.O. Box 331, Calypso 28325; (C) 658-8004 

(H) 533-3143 

Piney Grove Farrell Miller, Rt. 2 Box 122-A, Faison 28341; (C) 564-6061 

(H) 564-4848 

Poplar Grove Ray Smith, Rt. 1 Box 77-A, Faison 28341; (C) 267-7191 

(H) 267-1296 

Poston Billy Blakley, Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466; (C) 285-2439 

(H) 285-2476 
Todd Horton - Minister of Youth, Associate Pastor, 78 McDowell Dr., 

Wake Forest 27587; (H) 919-554-4166 

Rose Hill Jerry Wallace (Interim), P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; 

(C) 289-2250 

Rowan Richard Moretz, 202 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 592-7508 

(H) 592-7268 

Sharon Coleman Thomas, Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (C) 285-4391 

(H) 285-3062 
Shiloh . . .Norman Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521; (C) 285-2636 

(H) 285-7403 

Siloam Timothy G. Register, Rt. 1 Box 19, Harrells 28444; (C) 532-4077 

(H) 532-4444 

Teachey Dale Myers, P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; (H) 285-2788 

Turkey Mack Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; (C) 592-5562 

(H) 592-2056 

Union Grove Charles Moore, Rt. 4 Box 307, Clinton 28328; (H) 592-7000 

Warsaw James Drake, 202 E. College St., Warsaw 28398 (C) 293-4236 

(H) 293-7479 
Garry Stuart - Minister of Music, 107 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398; 

(H) 293-7496 
Wells Chapel . .Ottis L. King, Rt. 1 Box 123-H, Wallace 28466; (C) 532-4210 

(H) 532-4528 

White Oak Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 

(C) 564-2343 (H) 592-4172 

Hispanic Mission-C- William Ortega, 108 Lorraine St., Lot 36, Clinton 

28328; (C) 592-8124 (H) 592-2374 

FBC Clinton, P.O. Box 837, 408 College St., Clinton 28328; (H) 592-2374 

Hispanic Mission-MO- . . .Vicente Rangel, Rt. 1 Box 344, Mount Olive 28365; 

(H) 658-0226 
FBC, Mount Olive, P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365 

Poston Deaf Mission Billy Blakley, Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466; 

(C) 285-2439 (H) 285-2476 

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Other Ordained Ministers 

^^^^^^y Homer T. Baumgardner (OM) (R) Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 

^ , ^ r. ^ (919) 293-7072 

Calypso . . . .Tyanna Day (OM), P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; (919) 658-5223 
^^»"*«" Ro^^ert Doane (OM) (R) Rt. 6 Box 59, Clinton 28328; 

ivyi 11 ^ iv>f I t. .^ (919) 564-6145 

Millard M. Johnson (OM) (R), Box 1093, Clinton 28328; (919) 592-2296 

Evergreen Jasper Hinson (OM), Rt. 7 Box 98, Clinton 28328; 

(919) 592-2088 
Island Creek Harvey Blanton (OM), Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 

(919) 289-2639 
Mount OliveGerald Garris (OM), Rt. 3 Box 314, Dudley 28333- (919) 736-1825 
^^^^^^ John A. Johnson (OM), 108 E. Plank St.,' Warsaw 28398; 

^919^ 29^-4-Q'iJ^ 
Mitchell Rivenbark (OM), 509 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; (919) 293-7496 

Executive Board Representatives 

^*^^'"*^^" Weldon Rouse, Rt. 1 Box 2, Albertson 28508; 568-3289 

., „ Nathan Kelly, Box 184, Albertson 28508; 658-3463 

Alum Springs . . . .Larry W. Harper, Rt. 2 Box 281, Mt. Olive 28365; 658-3614 
R 1V4 u Eugene Outlaw, Rt. 1 Box 137, Mt. Olive 28365; 658-3458 

Bear Marsh Samuel Pipkin, Rt. 5, Mt. Olive 28365; 658-2782 

o , . ^^^^^* D^vis, Rt. 2, Mt. Olive 28365; 658-2842 

^^"*^^ AB- Carter, Rt. 1 Box 48-A, Turkey 28393; 533-3148 

Milton Massey, Rt. 1 Box 12, Turkey 28393; 592-6530 

*^^'''^" Curtis W. Pope, Rt. 6 Box 504, Clinton 28328; 592-5209 

P , ^'"^^y A. Carr, Rt. 3 Box 97, Clinton 28328; 564-6584 

^^^^^^y RT. Southerland, Rt. 2 Box 5, Warsaw 28398; 293-4690 

John Casteen, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398; 293-4233 
^^^y^^^ Greg and Rhonda Wiggins, Rt. 4 Box 521, Mt. Olive 28365; 

CentPr 658-3467 

^"^^' Rt. 1 Box 239, Warsaw 28398 

rv , c- . . ^^^^^ Hudson, Rt. 1, Harrells 28444; 532-4566 

Clinton, First Lina Howard, 403 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328; 592-3388 

Cooper Howard, 403 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328; 592-3388 

^^"^^''^ Steve Boone, Rt. 1 Box 82, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3434 

Mary Drew, Rt. 1 Box 239-A, Magnolia 28453; 289-2375 

Jessie R. Lanier, Rt. 1 Box 94-A, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3784 

^""*" Sam Boone, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2436 

P, , ^. , , Mildred Boone, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2436 

Uobson Chapel . . . .James Brown, Rt. 2 Box 153, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3463 

Russell Brown, Rt. 2 Box 166-A, Rose Hill 28458- 289-2228 

^^^'S^^^^ Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444;' 532-2271 

P . Dennis Davis, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458; 532-2102 

mJ^""" r • ' :i ^^**^' Thomas, P.O. Box 524, Faison 28341; 267-5801 

Marion Brogden P.O. Box 67, Faison 28341; 267-3241 

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Garland Gene M. Hart, Box 187, Garland 28441; 529-4311 

Frank Morris, Box 191, Garland 28441; 529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Gary Rose, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365; 658-3391 

Grove Park Eddie & Muriel Wetherington, Rt. 5 Box 29-A, Clinton 

28328; 592-2898 

Hickory Grove Geneva Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 145, Clinton 28328; 

564-4602 
Louise Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 144, Clinton 28328; 564-4593 

Immanuel Billy Ellis, Rt. 1 Box 20G, Clinton 28328; 592-7444 

Lawrence Melson, P.O. Box 1121, Clinton 28328; 533-3872 

Ingold Horace Sutton, Rt. 4 Box 265-H, Clinton 28328; 529-9021 

Carl Graham Lamb, P.O. Box 5617, Ingold 28446; 529-1121 

Island Creek Harvey Blanton, Rt. 2 Box 361, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2639 

Eugene Rouse, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 289-4335 

Johnson Dennis Kirby, P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349; 296-0031 

Violette Phillips, P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349; 296-1038 

Kenanasville Amos Brinson, Box 8, Kenansville 28349; 296-1519 

O.R. Blizzard, Jr., Rt. 1, 141, Kenansville 28349; 296-1258 

Magnolia Jack Joyner, P.O. Box 184, Magnolia 28453; 289-2568 

Earl Baker, P.O. Box 7, Magnolia 28453; 289-2223 

Mount Gilead Johnny Thompson, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 592-3475 

Karen Driskill, 102 Barrus Ave., Clinton 28328; 592-8691 

Mt. Olive, First L.O. Parker, 500 W. Main St., Mt. Olive 28365; 658-2273 

Albert Landin, 310 W. College St., Mt. Olive 28365; 658-9803 

Mt. Vernon Joyce Hairr, Rt. 5 Box 63, Clinton 28328; 533-3913 

Delores Quinn, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 533-3480 

New Hope » .Tim Gore, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398 

Pat Ware, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 533-3746 

Peace .Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 658-8073 

James Baker, Lot 7 Greenwood Terr., Mt. Olive 28365; 658-4984 

Piney Grove Irene Darden, Rt. 2 Box 122, Faison 28341; 564-6082 

Blanche Casey, Rt. 5, Clinton 28328; 533-3324 

Poplar Grove Garland Britt, Rt. 2 Box 176, Faison 28341 

Wilbert Massey, Rt. 2 Box 175-A, Faison 28341; 533-3421 

Poston Aileen Moore, Rt. 3 Box 65, Wallace 28466; 285-3436 

Margaret Stafford, Rt. 3 Box 224, Wallace 28466; 285-4739 

Rose Hill Hubert Knowles, Rt. 2 Box 207, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3639 

Clarence Brown, P.O. Box 302, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2339 

Rowan Donald Pope, Box 411, Clinton 28328; 592-3437 

Judith P. Hairr, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 592-6973 

Sharon Troy Rhodes, Rt. 2 Box 172, Wallace 28466; 285-5254 

T.G. Huffman, Chinquapin 28521; 285-3585 

Shiloh . P. A. Maready, Rt. 2 Box 126, Wallace 28466; 285-4316 

Wilton Aycock, Rt. 1, Chinquapin 28521; 285-3833 

Siloam R.O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 532-4211 

C.P. Eakins, P.O. Box 7, Harrells 28444; 532-4497 

Teachey Leland McGill, Box 123, Wallace 28466; 285-2360 

A.C. Kenan, Rt. 3 Box 293, Wallace 28466; 285-3291 

Turkey O.R. Phipps, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 533-3176 

H.J. Register, Rt. 1 Box 401-B, Turkey 28393; 533-3845 
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Union Grove Raeford Carter, Jr., Rt. 4 Box 349-8, Clinton 28328; 

592-7222 
Glenwood Fryar, Rt. 4 Box 357-A, Clinton 28328; 592-8274 

^^^s^^ James Strickland, Box 783, Warsaw 28398; 293-4289 

Wells Chapel Harry Hoover, Rt. 1 Box 17, Harrells 28444; 532-4336 

Percy Carter, Rt. 1 Box 213-A, Willard 28478; 532-4997 

White Oak Fred and Frances Buckmann, Rt. 6 Box 319 AB, Clinton 

28328; 592-2753 



General Associational Officers 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 

Telephone (919) 293-7077 

Director of Missions James H. Camp, P.O. Box 712, Warsaw 28398; 

293-7077 

Moderator James Johnson, 515 Boney St., Wallace 28466- 285-4206 

Vice-Moderator . . . .Louis M. Pate, Jr., 102 Meredith St., Mount Olive 28365; 
^, , ^ 658-6170 

Y^^^ ^"'^ ^- ^^"9, Rt. 1 Box 123-H, Wallace 28466; 532-4528 

Associate Clerk Farrell Miller, Rt. 2 Box 122-A, Faison 28341; 564-4848 

Treasurer Gary L. Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; 592-7253 

Associate Treasurer ... .Jo Robinson, Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; 592-3044 

TRUSTEES 

H.C. Allen (Chairman) (1992) Rt. 2, Warsaw 28398; 293-7029 

E.G. Murray, Jr. (1993) P.O. Box 636, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2569 

Ralph E. Robinson (1994) Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; 592-3044 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBER (4 year term-through 1995) . . . .Lucille Yancey, 

P.O. Box 711, Clinton 28328; 592-3035 

Denominational Representatives 

American Bible Society 

Children's Homes John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank St., Warsaw 28398; 

293-4958 
Baptist Retirement Homes Millard M. Johnson, P.O. Box 1093, Clinton 

ru • .. rrj 28328; 592-2296 

Christian Education . . . .Charles O. Whitley, Smith Chapel Rd., Mount Olive 

r^^ .. D 28365; 658-2289 

Cooperative Program Albert Pope, Rt. 1 Box 239, Warsaw 28398; 

293-4236 
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Annuity Board Eddie Wetherington, Rt. 5 Box 29-A, Clinton 28328; 

592-2898 
Baptist Foundation Thomas Albritton, P.O. Box 245, Calypso 28325; 

658-2602 
Baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn, Wards Bridge Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

293-4579 
Biblical Recorder Millard Bounds, Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 

289-2606 

Church Program Officers 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director Gene Pierce, 103 Denton Ave., Clinton 28328; (H) 592-6967 

Assistant Director 

Baptist Men Johnny Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; (H) 289-4040 

RA Director 
Missions Activity 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director Tena Johnson, Box 5252, Ingold 28466; (H) 529-4181 

(C) 592-3937 

Vacation bible School Director Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 

532-2271 

Aduh (Younger) Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; (H) 592-3441 

(Middle) - Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview, Clinton 28328; (H) 590-3592 

Youth Tyanna Day, P.O. Box 248, Calypso 28325; (H) 658-5223 

Children (Older) Becky Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349; 

(H) 296-0723 

(Middle), Kathy Quinn, P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349; (H) 296-0420 

(Younger), Shannon Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; (H) 592-3262 

Pre-school - Older Kathy Wrenn, 207 Dogwood Dr., Warsaw 28398; 

(H) 293-3983 

Middle - Marty Fife, P.O. Box 480, Kenansville 28349; (H) 296-1551 

Younger - Sylvia Vestal, P.O. Box 85, Kenansville 28349; 296-0603 

DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 

Director Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349; (H) 296-0723 

(C) 296-1137 

Adult Danny Johnson, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28466; (H) 529-4181 

Youth Nancy Outlaw, Rt. 1 Box 136, Mount Olive 28365; (H) 658-9784 

Children Jo Robinson, Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; (H) 592-3044 

Growth 



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Woman's Missionary Union Officers 

WMU Director Glenda (Billy) Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 

Assist Director Joyce (Jin™) Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 

^""**'"^"* Connie (Johnny) Carlton, Rt. 1 Box 257, Warsaw 28398^ 

^^"^^^'^ Gloria (Ted) Lockerman, 304 Dudley Rd., Clinton 28328; 

^^ ''"'''°' J«"- (Coleman) Thomas, P.O. Box 126. Ch^nqutpln 

A«icf RU7 cA-.u /IT ■ . . .^ 28521; 285-3062 

Rvu; n V • • ■^'*"*' <E™'") Lee, 503 Woodrow St., Clinton 28328; 592-4484 
BYW Director Daisy (Billy) Chestnutt. Rt. 1 Box 299, Magnolia 28453^ 

Actecn Director .Jenell Edmundson. Rt. 2. Warsaw 28398; SIUm 

^^ '^"'"^'"^ Betty (Graham) Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398^ 

Mission Friends Director Vonda (Ronnie) Williams, Rt. 2, Clintof 2832? 

Mission Action Director . . . .Edith (Anthony) Gurganus, 301 N. Chesfnutf St'' 

Assist Mission Action Director Marjorie (Gerat) ^.^^^ ZTl 

Dudley 28338; 736-1825 
AREA DIRECTORS 

P '",*°" Vc; - • '"^^ Peterson, Rt. 7 Box 58, Clinton 28328; 592-4537 

P. /uf • • • -^""^"^ l^^tthis, Rt. 4 Box 347-A, Clinton 28328; 592-3279 
Faison/Warsaw Marean R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 265, Warsaw 28398; 

Sace?^os- hVi ' " ' ""f' "«'"^^' ''•°- ^"^ ^'' ^-'VP- 28325; lltllll 
Wallace/Rose H.ll Betty Butts, 103 E. Cavcnaugh St.. Wallace 28466; 

285-3917 

Associational Missions Development Program 

Cathy B. Hopkins, Mission Ministries Director 

Telephone (O) (919) 293-7077, (H) (919) 285-7744 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 

Home Address: 600 E. Lanier, Wallace, North Carolina 28466 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

PromotLn •Director ' '"""'^ '''""'• "'''■ ^"^ '"'• '=""'- ^8328; 592.l'961 

Survey Director Lloyd Braswell, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441- 

WMU Representative Marjorie Garris, n.ofslTs\Tu'X'ls\\% 

Brotherhood Representative Gene Pierce, 103 Denton Ave.,' ClinfoV NC 

Sunday School Representative Tena Johnson, pS'llVLfX'S 

28446; (W) 592-3937 (H) 529-4181 

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Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Chairman 

Deaf Ministries Chairman Mary Boney, Rt. 3 Box 72, Wallace 28466; 

285-2932 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Chairman Wayne Wilson, 

Rt. 5 Box 141-H, Clinton 28328; 533-3364 

Literacy Ministries Chairman Florence Hoover, Rt. 2 Box 17, Harrells 

28444; 532-4336 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Chairman Pat Brown, Rt. 7 Box 64, 

Clinton 28328; 592-3457 

Senior Adult Ministries Chairman Eunice Newkirk, Rt. 1 Box 205, 

Willard 28478; 532-4229 

Interfaith Witness Ministries Chairman Randy Cowan, Rt. 1 Box 118-B, 

Magnolia 28453; (C) 296-1473 (H) 296-0840 
Christian Social Ministries Chairman 

Church Extension Ministries Chairman . . . .Greg Day, P.O. Box 248, Calypso 

28325; 658-5223 

Resort/Leisure Ministries Chairman Eddie King, Rt. 1 Box 214-A, 

Willard 28478; (W) 296-2143 (H) 532-2618 

VOLUNTEER CHAPLAIN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman 

Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 592-3441 

DEAF MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Mary Boney, Rt. 3 Box 72, Wallace 28466; 285-2932 

Ben Hilliard, E. Center St., Rose Hill 28458; 289-3203 
Mary Lee Jones, 502 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4616 

SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Wayne Wilson, Rt. 5 Box 141-H, Clinton 28328; 533-3364 

Farrell Miller, Rt. 2 Box 122-A, Faison 28341; 564-4848 

Tena Johnson, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446; 529-4181 

Jim Drake, 202 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 293-4236 (H) 293-4958 

Shirley Best, Rt. 1 Box 345, Mount Olive 28365; (H) 658-3327 (W) 293-4940 

Tommy Dent, Rt. 2 Box 117, Warsaw 28398; 293-4085 

LITERACY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Florence Hoover, Rt. 2 Box 17, Harrells 28444; 532-4336 

Peggy Grice, 309 E. Pollock St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4236 
Evelyn Tew, Rt. 5 Box 70, Clinton 28328; 533-3290 

MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Pat Brown, Rt. 7 Box 64, Clinton 28328; 592-3457 

Carol Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 532-2271 
Michelle Reynolds, 103 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 592-3457 

SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Eunice Newkirk, Rt. 1 Box 205, Willard 28478; 532-4229 

Arlene Rhodes, Rt. 2 Box 172, Wallace 28466; 285-5254 
Eunice Landin, 310 W. College St., Mount Olive 28365; 658-9803 

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INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRY COMMITTEE 

Chairman Randy Cowan, Rt. 1 Box 118-B, Magnolia 28453- 

(C) 296-1473 (H) 296-0840 

Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349; (C) 296-1137 (H) 296-0723 

Pat Wood, Rt. 1 Box 423-F, Faison 28341; 533-3143 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 
Chairman _ 

Kay Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521; 285-7403 
Betty Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 293-7458 (W) 293-4040 

CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Greg Day, P.O. Box 248, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

David Brisson, 1010 Raleigh Rd., Clinton 28328; 592-0586 
Orpha Ortega, 108 Lorraine St., Lot 36, Clinton 28328; 592-2374 

RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Eddie King, Rt. 1 Box 214-A, Willard 28478; (W) 296-2143 

D , 1V.I u r, ^") 532-2618 

Paula Matthis, Rt. 4 Box 347-B, Clinton 28328; 592-5802 

Rose Pleasant, Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; 658-2062 

FOOD AND CLOTHING MINISTRIES 

Giddensville Center - Giddensville, Sampson County 

Coordinator - Cyndie Falatovich, 410 Beaverdam Dr., Clinton 28328; 592-8643 

SAMPSON CRISIS CENTER 

(Interdenominational) 102 Sampson St., Clinton 28328; 592-3599 

^'^^^^^^ Connie Barefoot. 102 Sampson St., Clinton 28328; 592-3599 

CHRISTIAN CARING CENTER Main St., Rose Hill 28458 

Chairman Margaret Stafford, Rt. 3 Box 224, Wallace 28466; 285-4739 

MOUNT OLIVE AREA CHURCHES IN ACTION (ACIA) THRIFT SHOP 

anterdenominational) ^ 217 Station St., Mount Olive 28365 

Contact Person . . . .Mary Louise Redmon, 406 W. Main, Mount Olive 28365; 

(H) 658-3894 
CHURCH MUSIC 

^'''^''^^' Jean Hatch, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 592-8124 

Zone Directors . . . .Joanne Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; 592-3360 

Lucille Yancey, P.O. Box 711, Clinton 28328; 592-3080 

Deanna Judge, P.O. Box 356, Kenansville 28349; 296-0697 

Annette Henderson, Rt. 3 Box 66, Wallace 28466; 285-4166 

Angelyn Burgess, Rt. 1 Box 275, Harrells 28444; 532-4220 

J^aren Driskill, 102 Barrus Ave., Clinton 28328; 592-8691 

Instrumental Director Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinion 28328; 

592-3262 
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Committees 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES: 

Marjorie Garris, Chairman Rt. 3 Box 314, Dudley 28333; 736-1825 

Mary Evelyn Wells Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2691 

Darrin Wade Rt. 2 Box 52, Mount Olive 28365; 658-6133 

Russ Evans 222 W. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; 293-3201 

Lloyd Braswell P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; 529-5201 (H) 529-2531 

Millard Bounds Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; (C) 289-2606 

(H) 289-2602 

CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS: 

Violette Phillips P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349; 296-1038 

Greg Day P.O. Box 248, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

Al Miller P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 592-8124 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 

Allen Overton, Chairman (1992) P.O. Box 52, Clinton 28328; 592-3854 

Price Knowles (1993) 115 E. Main St., Rose Hill 28458; 289-3741 

Darrin Wade (1993) Rt. 2 Box 52, Mount Olive 28465; 658-6133 

Lynn Bullock (1994) Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 592-6533 

Lloyd Braswell (1994) P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (C) 529-5201 

(H) 529-2531 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: 

Tim Register, Chairman (1992) Rt. 1 Box 19, Harrells 28444; 532-4444 

Mary Hester Powell (1993) 606 N. Pine St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4951 

Frances Andrews (1994) 510 W. James St., Mount Olive 28365; 658-2674 

MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE: 

Bobby Pigford (1992) P.O. Box 164, Kenansville 28349; 296-1322 

Susan Joyner, Chairman (1992) P.O. Box 184, Magnolia 28453; 289-2568 

Joyce Collins (1993) Rt. 4 Box 123-A, Clinton 28328; 592-4012 

Dale Myers (1993) P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; 285-2788 

Faye Sellers (1994) 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; 285-2431 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 

John A. Johnson (1992) 108 E. Plank St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4958 

Dan Sellers (1992) 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; (H) 285-2431 

Millard Bounds (1993) Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2606 

Allen Overton (1993) P.O. Box 52, Clinton 28328; 592-3854 

Helen Register (1994) Rt. 1 Box 401-B, Turkey 28393; 533-3845 

Tony Gurganus, Chairman (1994) P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; 

658-2062 

MINISTERS' ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: 

Gregory Day (1992) P.O. Box 248, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

Ottis King (1993) Rt. 1 Box 123-H, Wallace 28466; 532-4528 

Norman Wheeler, Chairman (1994) Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521; 

285-7403 

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PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: 

J.B. Herring, Chairman (1992) ... .307 Walnut St., Warsaw 28398- 293-4956 

Willie Hobbs (1993) 402 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328;' 592-5489 

Charles Jackson (1994) 603 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 592-5307 

STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: 

Gary L. Rouse (EBA Treasurer) 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; 592-7253 

Charles Kirkland (1992) P.O. Box 426, Faison 28341; 267-2591 

Dons Hatcher (1992) Rt. 1 Box 51, Chinquapin 28521; 285-5744 

Herman Riggs (1992) 213 Wards Bridge Rd., Warsaw 28398; 293-3277 

Willard Fussell (1993) Box 1, Teachey 28464; 285-3180 

Ronnie Warren (1993) 202 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328; 592-2413 

Richard Moretz (1993) 202 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; 592-7268 

Al Miller, Chairman (1994) P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 592-8124 

Jim Drake (1994) 202 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4236 

Gene Hart (1994) P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; 529-4311 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE: 

Frank Turner (1992) 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; 592-7156 

Coleman Thomas, Chairman (1993) ... .Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; 285-3062 
Gregory Day (1994) P.O. Box 248, Calypso 28325; 668-5223 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE: 

Millard Bounds, Chairman (1992) Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 

Jo Neal Robinson (1992) Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; 592-3044 

Lynn Bullock (1993) Rt. 2 Box 106. Clinton 28328; 592-6533 

Rifton Raynor (1993) Rt. 2 Box 240. Wallace 28466; 285-3808 

rlnp. r'/S' ^*- 2- ^1°""' 0"ve 28365; 658-2842 

Gene Lakey (1994) P.O. Box 865. Kenansville 28349; 296-0723 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE- 

Mary Evelyn Wells (1992) Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2691 

Johnny H.cks. Chairman (1993) Rt. 2 Box 71. Warsaw 28398; 293-4980 

Shelton Justice (1994) Rt. 1 Box 38A.2. Warsaw 28398: 293-7524 

CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE- 

Al Miller (1992) P.O. Box 837. Clinton 28328; 592-8124 

w1 W^ir ntg^it *'''" ''•°- ^"^ ''^' ■^-'^-^ 28393 592-5562 

W.S. Wells (1994) Box 66. Rose Hill 28458; 289-2691 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE- 

^Zn. n nio.^ * ^°^° f^^'^'^h Rd.. Clinton 28328; 592-0586 

Tyanna Day (1994) P.O. Box 248. Calypso 28325; 658-5223 



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Messengers to Association 

ALBERTSON: Jimmy Johnson, Nathan Kelly, Douglas Stroud 

ALUM SPRINGS: Larry Harper, Eugene Outlaw 

BEAR MARSH: Elbert Davis, Randy Holland, Arwilda Pate, Darrin Wade 

BEULAH: Wilton Massey, Billy Todd 

BROWN: Curtis Pope, Marie Pope, Frank Turner 

CALVARY: R.G. Elmore, Robert Southerland, Betty Elmore 

CALYPSO: Greg Day 

CENTER: J. Albert Pope 

CLINTON, FIRST: Jean Hatch, Cooper Howard, Lina Howard, Millard Johnson, 

Edith Lee, Mary Little, Thurston Little, Alfred Miller, Everett Peterson, 

Inez Peterson, Charles Lee Pope, Florence Pope, Louise B. Snaveley 
CONCORD: Dan Sellers 
CORINTH: Inez Baker, Hosea Brown, Betty P. Butts, Mary Lee Hudson, John 

A. Johnson, Grace Knowles, John Maisenhelder, J.C. Savage 
DOBSON CHAPEL: Julia Brock, Betty S. Brown, Randy Cowan, Eugene 

Nethercutt, Grace Rouse, Ruby Rouse 
EVERGREEN: Daisy Chestnutt, Jasper Hinson, David Simmons, Gloria 

Simmons, Jerry Todd 
FAISON: Iris Brogden, Marion Brogden 

GARLAND: Lloyd Braswell, Mary S. Carter, Sarah Burr Jarvis, Woodrow Jarvis 
GROVE PARK: Beatrice Harrell, Le Roy Harrell, Lora Wells, Orville Wells, 

Alene Powell 
HICKORY GROVE: Johnny Armstrong, Louise Strickland 
IMMANUEL: Jettie Caddis, M.E. Caddis, Allen Overton, Joanne Overton, 

Patricia Parker, Joseph P. Tart, Elliot Tow, Frances Tew 
INGOLD: Danny Johnson, Tena Johnson 
ISLAND CREEK: Millard Bounds, Vivian Brock, Doris Brown, Mildred Pigford, 

Dollie Mae Strickland, Juanita Whaley 
JOHNSON: Connie J. Hicks, John J. Hicks, Dennis Kirby, Katie Mae Kirby 
KENANSVILLE: D. Gene Lakey, John Matthis, Mildred Matthis, Margaret 

Oakley, Rose Swain, Brinson Vestal, Amos Brinson 
MAGNOLIA: Charles Bowman, Jack Joyner, John Oliver, Carhon Smith 
MT. GILEAD: Joe Barefoot, Joan Bullock, Lynn Bullock 
MT. OLIVE, FIRST: Alma Bowden, Sadie P. Brock, Madeline Cook, Marjorie 

Garris, Erma Goodsoo, Kenneth Goodson, Tony Gurganus, Eunice Landin, 

Rose Pleasant 
MISSION BAUTISTA MONTE OLIVO: Lallie Rangel, Vicente" Rangel 
MT. VERNON: Jimmy Gainey, Nancy Gainey, Gladys Martin 
NEW HOPE: Buck Blanchard, Shelby Blanchard, Thelma Ware, Ethel D. 

Colwell 
PEACE: Pat Wood 

PINEY GROVE: Dorothy Boyette, Blanche Casey, Carol Miller, Farrell Miller 
POPLAR GROVE: Ray Smith 

POSTON: Aileen Moore, Margaret Stafford, A.R. Teachey, Mildred Teachey 
ROSE HILL: Joe Eason, Theresa Eason, Linda Hawes, Ruby Wells, William E. 

Wells 
ROWAN: Beverly Moretz, Richard Moretz, Donald Pope, Leonard Yancy, Lucille 

Yancey 

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SHARON: Doris Hatcher, Margaret Huffman, T.G. Huffman, Arline Rhodes, Jim 

Southerland, Louise Southerland, Coleman Thomas, Janie Thomas 
SHILOH: Flonnie Hunter, Mary Lee Raynor, Rifton Raynor, Kay Wheeler, 

Norman Wheeler 
SILOAM: Lizzie Mae Johnson, Louise Maynard, Betty M. Sanderson, Robert 

Sanderson 
TEACHEY: Willard Fussell 

TURKEY: Mack Musselwhite, Lettie Phipps, Ollie R. Phipps, Helen Register 
UNION GROVE: Elsie Alphin, Rodella Batts, Peggy Frye, Charles Moore 
WARSAW: H.C. Allen, Jim Drake, Helen B. Johnson, John A. Johnson, Mary 

Hester Powell, Gerald Quinn, Rita Quinn 
WELLS CHAPEL: Alma Highsmith, Florence Hoover, Ottis L. King, Eunice 

Newkirk, Catherine Thornton, Ed Thornton 
WHITE OAK: Frances Buckmann, Fred A. Buckmann, Aubrey Quakenbush, 

Lois Williamson 
EBA STAFF: Jim Camp, Cathy Hopkins, Jo Robinson 




Proceedings 

164th Annual Session 

of 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

FIRST DAY - October 28, 1991 - AFTERNOON SESSION 

1. During registration there was a Musical Prelude by Stan Benton. 

2. Moderator, Tony Gurganus, called the Association to order. 

3. Jean Hatch led messengers and visitors in singing "Blessed Be the Name." 

4. Jim Drake read from Romans 15:5-13 and led in prayer. 

5. Farrell Miller, Associate Clerk, gave the registration report: 35 churches 
and one mission represented with 141 messengers, 11 alternates, and 38 visitors 
He moved these messengers present constitute a quorum and we proceed with 
the business. This was seconded and approved. 

6. Coleman Thomas presented the Program Committee Report and moOed its 
adoption. This was seconded and adopted. 

7. On behalf of the Nominating Committee, Jim Camp made a motion to elect 
Ottis Kmg, Clerk, and Farrell Miller, Associate Clerk. This was seconded and theu 
were elected. 

8. The Moderator appointed the following committees: 
TIME, PLACE, AND PREACHER 

Rose Pleasant, Chairman 
Lynn Bullock, A.R. Teachey 

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RESOLUTIONS 

Norman Wheeler, Chairman 

Pat Wood, Amos Brinson 

MEMORIALS 

Aubrey Quakenbush, Chairman 

Gene Lakey, Jerry Todd 

9. Jo Robinson presented the Treasurer's Report and moved its adoption. It 
was seconded and adopted. 

10. Ottis King presented the Executive Board Report and moved its adoption. 
It was seconded and adopted. 

11. Miscellaneous Business: 

Aubrey Quakenbush, Pastor, White Oak Baptist Church, noted the churches 
unanimous vote to seek membership in the Eastern Baptist Association, coming 
from the New South River Association. Lynn Bullock made a motion to receive 
the church, with Millard Johnson seconding the motion, which was approved. 

12. Richard Moretz presented the Proposed Budget for information. 

13. Al Miller presented the Constitution and Bylaws Committee Report which 
included a Resort/Leisure Ministries component of the Mission Development Coun- 
cil. The vote will be taken tomorrow. 

14. The Congregation sang "There is a Name I Love to Hear." 

15. Reports from Social Services Institutions: 

A. Baptist Retirement Homes - Millard Johnson 

B. Baptist Children's Homes - John A. Johnson 

C. Baptist Hospital - Gerald Quinn 

Each made a motion to adopt the report, which was seconded and adopted. 

16. Al Miller, Host Pastor, greeted the Messengers and Visitors, giving perti- 
nent information of the building and facilities. 

17. There was a brief recess followed by the announcement of the meeting of 
the Time, Place, and Preacher Committee. 

18. Wayne Murphy presented a message on the Ministry of the Baptist Hospital. 

19. The Moderator announced and presented new Pastors, Staff and families. 

Charles Moore - Union Grove 

Randy Cowan - Dobson Chapel 

Pat Wood - Peace 

Jim Drake - Warsaw 

David Simmons - Evergreen 

Vicente Rangel - Mission Bautista Monte Olivo 

Aubrey Quakenbush - White Oak 

20. "God of Grace and God of Glory" was sung by Messengers and Visitors. 

21. Agency Reports: 

A. Biblical Recorder /Christian Literature - Millard Bounds 

B. American Bible Society - Jim Camp 

C. Annuity Board 

D. Cooperative Program - Albert Pope 

E. Christian Higher Education 

F. Baptist Foundation 

Each report was followed by a motion to adopt which was seconded and adopted. 

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22. Jim McQuere spoke on the Annuity Board and its importance for ministers 
and churches. 

23. "Blessed Assurance, Jesus is Mine" was sung by the congregation. 

24. Special guests were presented: Rev. W.D. Morris, Mrs. Rosa Lee Camp 
and Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Davis. 

25. Gene Lakey spoke in reference to the upcoming "M" Night. 

26. Tena Johnson spoke in regards to Sunday School. 

27. There was a break for relaxation and fellowship. 

28. Special music, "Great is They Faithfulness" and other selections were 
presented by the Master's Ringers. 

29. Mack Musselwhite preached the Annual Sermon reading f^om Revelation 21 
Our lives are shaped by our faith in Jesus Christ. Our family life has been part 

of our lives. There is a homecoming in heaven where we will meet many who have 
mfluenced our lives. Many will not be at the Heavenly Reunion unless we take the 
message of Christ to them. You will be going, won't you? You will take someone 
with you, won't you? 

30. Pat Wood dismissed in prayer giving thanks for the evening meal. 

31. The evening meal was a time of food and fellowship, shared and enioued 
by all. ^ 

32. The Aduh Choir, Clinton, First Baptist Church, presented a musical prelude 
as the evening session began. 

33. The Vice-Modeator, Jimmy Johnson, called the evening session to order. 

34. The Congregation sang "Churches in Association." 

35. Randy Cowan read from Acts 11:19-26 and led in prayer. 

36. Tony Gurganus presented the Moderator's Address. 

Reading from Hebrews 12:1-2, he spoke on Total Church Life. We must Exalt 
the Savior, Equip the Saints, and Evangelize the Sinners. 

37. Missions Development Report - Lucille Yancey 
Mission Bautista Monte Olivo - Vincente'^and Lallie Rangel 
Clinton Hispanic Baptist Mission - William Ortega and others 

38. Cathy Hopkins presented the Missions Challenge. 

39. Jerry Hutchinson presented Cathy Hopkins with the Clovis Brantley Award 
tor Church and Community Ministries. 

40. Messengers and Visitors sang "I Love to Tell the Story." 

41. Al Miller introduced the speaker for the Missionary Message 

42. The Aduh Choir of Clinton, First Baptist Church presented special music 

43. Troy Bennett preached the Missionary Message. 

Mrs. Bennett shared a prayer concern for non-resident Missionaries. 

Many changes are taking place in our world. We serve a Sovereign God who 
IS actmg m His time. The church has one of the greatest opportunities it has ever 
had to witness and minister. 

We are living in a thrilling day. We know more of the world than we have ever 
known. The enemies of God are around us, but God has called us to rise up and 
jom hands with those who know the area better than we do. We will be judged 
on the basis of what we could have done but did not. 

44. "Hark, the Voice of Jesus Calling" called us to a new commitment to 
Missions. 

45. David Simmons pronounced the benediction. 



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(Clerk's note: Final registration first day: 148 Messengers, 12 Alternates, 34 
Visitors, 3 EBA staff, 3 BSC, 1 SBC, and 13 from non-EBA churches, for a total 
of 213 present.) 

SECOND DAY - October 29, 1991 - MORNING SESSION 

1. Registration. 

2. Garry Stuart presented a Musical Prelude. 

3. Tony Gurganus, Moderator, called the meeting to order. 

4. Jean Hatch led Messengers and Visitors in singing "He Keeps Me Singing." 

5. Charles Moore read the scripture, Matthew 5:13-16, and led in prayer. 

6. Farrell Miller, Associate Clerk, gave the registration report and moved that 
these messengers present constitute a quorum and we proceed with the Busi- 
ness: 112 Mesengers, 10 Alternates, 17 Visitors from 35 churches. The motion 
was duly seconded and approved. 

7. The Clerk gave the report of the First Day Proceedings. 

8. John Oliver, Host Pastor, greeted Messengers and Visitors sharing infor- 
mation of building facilities. 

9. The congregation sang "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms." 

10. Church Program Reports: 

A. Sunday School - Tena Johnson 

B. Brotherhood - Jimmy Johnson 

C. Church Music - Jean Hatch 

D. Vacation Bible School - Jerry Todd 

E. Woman's Missionary Union - Jerry Todd for Glenda Todd 

F. Discipleship Training - Gene Lakey 

A motion to adopt each report was made, seconded and the reports were 
adopted. 

11. Eddie Hammett, Discipleship Training, BSC, spoke concerning, "What Kind 
of Church are we Trying to Build?" 

12. The Congregation sang "I Am Thine, O Lord." 

13. There was a brief recess for relaxation and fellowship. 

14. Mike McGee spoke on the role of Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute. 

15. The Moderator expressed appreciation for those who have volunteered work 
in several areas. 

He recognized Robert Southerland, Calvary, for 34 or 35 years attendance at 
Associational meetings. Gertrude Powell, Mt. Gilead, and Everette Peterson, Clin- 
ton, First, were recognized for long time attendance. 

16. Richard Moretz made a motion to adopt the Proposed 1992 Budget that 
was presented on the previous day. The motion was seconded and adopted. 

17. Associational Committee Reports: 

A. Historical 

B. Ordination - Millard Bounds 

C. Stewardship - Richard Moretz 

D. Evangelism - John Maisenhelder 

E. Seminary Extension - Danny Johnson 

F. Media Library - Dale Myers 

G. Properties - J.B. Herring 

A motion was made, seconded and each report was adopted. 

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18. Messengers and Visitors sang "My Jesus, I Love Thee." 

19. Adoption of Reports: 

A. Constitution and Bylaws - Violette Phillips 

B. Nominating Committee 

C. Committee on Committees - Marjorie Garris 

Each report was followed by a motion to adopt, second and each was adopted. 

20. Garry Stuart presented special music. 

21. Coleman Thomas preached the Doctrinal Sermon 

Reading from II Timothy 3:14-17, he spoke on the importance of knowing what 
we believe. 

Reasons Doctrine is necessary: 

1. The nature of man necessitates the importance of doctrine 

2. New Testament Christianity puts large emphasis on teaching 
S. A knowledge of truth is necessary in the Christian faith 

4. It gives us a knowledge of truth that is necessary to propagate the Gospel 

5. A knowledge of the truth is necessary for a defense for the Gospel 
Doctrine is a systematic and organized way to present our faith. We must or- 
ganize what we believe about the Bible. It is from the Word of God we get the 
authority to be and do what we are. The Bible has something of supreme worth 
tor our lives not found elsehwere. 

22. "Churches in Action" was sung by the congregation. 

23. Reports of Appointed Committees: 
Memorials - Aubrey Quakenbush, Ch. 
Resolutions - Norman Wheeler, Ch. 

Time, Place and Preacher - Rose Pleasant, Ch. 

The next annual session of the Association will be October 26 1992 at 
Mt. Olive First with Norman Wheeler preaching the Annual Sermon 

with Ottis King the Alternate preacher. 
The second day will be October 27 at Mt. Gilead 

adCp^d*'""" "^^^ ""^"^^ "^'^^ ^ '^''''"'^ *"" ''^''^^ ^''''^ '^P^^'*- '^^^ "^P°^*^ ^^^^ 
ot' ;J;"\C^"™P'i^''^ector of Missions, presented the Missions Challenge 

Associat'ior^*'''' ^"^S^^^s, presented and installed the new officers of the 

26. Host Pastor, John Oliver, gave instructions concerning the noon meal. 

sharpH ?n rr^ f benediction and blessing by Jimmy Johnson, the Association 

shared in a time of food and fellowhsip. 

(Clerk's note: Second day registration, 114 Messengers, 11 Alternates 20 Vi- 

Official registration deleting duplications- 
Messengers .J.. 

Alternates ^ ^ 

Visitors ^i 

EBA Staff ^l 

SBC f 

Bsc .;.*,■ I 

Non-EBA churches . 11 

Total Registration ^^ 

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Churches Represented 42 

Missions Represented 1 

Resolutions Committee Report 

Whereas: The Eastern Baptist Association, completing its 164th annual ses- 
sion October 28 and 29, 1991, with its theme of "Churches in Association," be 
it resolved: 

1. That we express our appreciation to the officers of the Eastern Baptist 
Association for planning and carrying out the program for this 164th 
annual session and to all program personalities, messengers, and visi- 
tors who participated. 

2. That we express our appreciation to the host Churches, Clinton First 
and Magnolia, for graciously providing their facilities and meals for this 
meeting. Also, for Concord and Johnson assisting on Tuesday. 

3. That we express our gratitude to Moderator Tony Gurganus for his 
leadership during the past two years, and to all the officers and com- 
mittees who serve our Lord and the Eastern Baptist Association so well. 

4. That we express our deep appreciation and prayerful support for our 
Director of Missions Rev. Jim Camp and his wife, Joyce, as they lead 
and inspire us in the ongoing work of the Association; That we also 
express our gratitude to Jo Neal Robinson for her fine work in taking 
care of the many adnministrative needs of the Association. 

5. That we join the Home Mission Board in honoring Cathy Hopkins for 
her work as Mission Ministries Director of the Eastern Baptist Associ- 
ation and rejoice with her in being named as one of two recipients of 
the Home Mission Board's Clovis Brantley Award for outstanding serv- 
ice in Church and Community Ministries. 

6. That we offer glory and honor and praises unto the God and Father 
of our Lord Jesus Christ, Who has saved us through the blood of His 
dear Son, and Who has enabled us according to the riches of His grace 
to minister to a world lost in darkness the marvelous light of the gospel 
of our Lord Jesus Christ, in Whose Name we go forth to live and serve. 

\ Respectfully submitted 

Norman Wheeler, Chairman 
Pat Wood, Amos Brinson 




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Our Beloved Dead 



ALBERTSON 

Mrs. Christine Pruitt 

ALUM SPRINGS 

Mrs. Lillian Rouse 
Mr. Josiah Rouse 
Mrs. Ruth Herring 
Mrs. Betty Pike 

BEAR MARSH 

Mr. Peter R. Wilson 
Mrs. Perry Walker 
Mr. N.B. Best 
Mrs. Nora Jones 
Mr. E.J. Dixon, Jr. 

CALYPSO 

Clara Albritton 
Eugene Kennedy 
Frances Powell 
Eleanor Longley 
Lawrence Flowers 

CLINTON, FIRST 

Mrs. Edith Marshburn 

Mrs. Pearl Boone 

Mr. Eugene Raynor 

Mrs. Elma Carter 

Mr. Wilbert Simmons 

Miss Eunice Cook 

Mrs. Verona Carroll 

Deacon John Flake 

Mr. R.V. Watson 

Mrs. Josephine Liles 

Mrs. Eleanor Early 

Mrs. Clider McCullen 

Mr. Rohmer Hall 
; Mr. Joe Z. Butler 

Deacon Clarence Shipp 

Deacon Paul Manly Crumpler 
CONCORD 

Mrs. Sallie Jarrett 

CORINTH 

Mr. Anson Lee Baker 



DOBSON CHAPEL 

Virginia Kilpatrick 
Estelle Carter 
FAISON 

Clyde Watson 
Evelyn Bell 
Minnie Tucker 

GROVE PARK 

Mr. Rondell Houchens 

HICKORY GROVE 

Mr. Elwood McLamb 

IMMANUEL 

Mrs. Lunet Honeycutt 
Mrs. Mercedes Floyd 
Mr. James H. Ruke 

INGOLD 

Mr. Hardy B. Gaddy 

Mrs. Eula Johnston 

Mr. Woodrow H. Peterson 
ISLAND CREEK 

Mrs. Ruby Bonham 

Mr. V.H. Rouse 

Mrs. Jessie E. Teachey 

Mr. Lee Atkinson 
JOHNSON 

Mr. Astor Howell 

Mrs. Harriett Phillips 

Mr. Joe Roberts 

Mr. Palmer Jones 

KENANSVILLE 

Mr. R.D. Ezzell 
Mrs. Pearl McGowan 

MAGNOLIA 

Mr. Emmitt Sasser 

Mrs. Nell Batts 

Mr. Paul Tucker 

Mr. Clifton Chestnutt 

Mrs. Allie Baker 

Deacon John F. Hamilton 



KA^hAWA^iJWTiffia 



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MT. GILEAD 

Mr. Ray Ballance 
MT. OLIVE, FIRST 

Luna Laws 
Braxton Pearsall 
Bessie Haire 
Grace Morrow 
Carl Aman 
Leo Davis 
Rosa Goodson 
Robert D. Summerlin 

MT. VERNON 

Mrs. Vonnie Pierce 
Mrs. Tera Warren 
Mr. W.A. Weeks 
Mrs. Eloise Falatovich 

NEW HOPE 

Mr. Lewis Johnson 

Miss Letha Jane Blanchard 

Mrs. Kathryn Drew 

POPLAR GROVE 

Lettie Mae Miller 

POSTON 

Mr. Grover Dail 

Mr. Bennie Teachey, Jr. 

ROSE HILL 

Mrs. Ruby Bowling 
Rev. Calhoun Johnson 
Mr. Homer Gavin 
Mr. Norman Teachey 
Mrs. Lucy B. Parker 



ROWAN 

O.F. Malpass 
Houston Burgess 
Oscar Clark 
Mrs. Elma Boone 
Mrs. Mary Susan King 

SHARON 

Mr. L.C. Brown 
Mrs. Kathleen Parker 

SHILOH 

Mr. Gerald Dail 

SILOAM 

Mrs. Peggy C. Cannady 
Mrs. Mable C. Day 

TEACHEY 

Mrs. Dollie Kilpatrick 
Mr. Howard Allen Blanton 

TURKEY 

Mrs. Martha Holland 
Mrs. Orpha Rooks 
Mrs. Caroline Powell 
Mrs. Viola Wallace 

UNION GROVE 

Mr. Robert P. Batts 

WARSAW 

Mrs. Margaret Lloyd 
Mrs. Addie Mae Smith 

WELLS CHAPEL 

Mrs. Elizabeth Moore 
Mrs. Leona Carter 
Mrs. Luola Rivenbark 
Mr. Jake Thornton 




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History of Concord Church 

(Timeline) 

1807 First "Conference" (meeting) at Concord, a branch of Bulltail (now Wells 
Chapel.) 

1812 Organization of Sunday School with close ties to Oak Plain Presbuterian 

Church. 
1825 Constitution for a separate church at Concord. 
1835 Organization of a church at Beaverdam (now Magnolia) by Concord 

members. 

1842 Destruction of church building by fire. 

1843 Three-day conference with many conversions each day and baptisms into 
the fellowship on the third day. 

1852 Completion of new church building. 

1853 Organization of a church at Carroll's Chapel (now Corinth) by Concord 
members. 

1859 Purchase of first communion set. 

1934 Addition of two Sunday School rooms, a sanctuary and a balcony in front 

portion of the church building. 
1 948 Addition of a two-story Sunday School structure onto the rear of the church 

building (behind the pulpit.) 

Wil A^'!,^"^^'''". ""^u^^ ^^^*^"^ ^"^ ^'' '^^'^"^ ^"^ "^^ ^ishting for sanctuary. 
1^/5 Addition of a baptistry mural. 

1978 Addition of a front porch to the church building 

Joco I'^n^'*''" ""^ ^ fellowship hall wing to the church building. 
19o8 - 1991 Thirty-seven conversions. 

1988 Eight percent to Cooperative Program and four percent to Associational 
JViissions. 

1989 New appliances in the fellowship hall. 

1989 Began giving nine percent to the Cooperative Program and five percent 
to Associational Missions. 

loon ^^^ J'^^^i^S ^"d air-conditioning unit for the educational building 

1990 Purchased copy machine. 

1990 Giving ten percent to the Cooperative Program and five percent to As- 
sociational Missions. 

1991 Heating and air unit added to the fellowship hall 

1991 Ten percent to the Cooperative program and five percent to Associational 
Missions. 

History of Johnson Baptist Church 

betwee"nT79^2^and*i80^"'R "' P ""^'"A*/^ '^''^""^" ^^P"^* Church. Sometime 
oetween 1/9-^ and 1803, Rev. Francis Oliver, assisted by Rev. William Wells or- 
ganized a Nahunga Missionary Baptist Church. About 1835 or 1836 the church 
was moved from Cooper's Mill community to a place two miles southeast of War 

Ba'ptirt ChZr th T°:f' 'I' "^"t"'^^ ^^^"^^'^ fr"- Nahunga to Johnson 
Inhncl ^ «on lu T"" ^Z' '^^ '"•' ^^^'"S been given by the family of Sloan 

retcrd in ISQn "^^^^ u^' '"°^^'' '" "^ ^''''"' ^''^ When the church was 
relocated in 1890 a creditable house was built and furnished with comfortable pews; 

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the name, however, was kept unchanged. Rev. K.W. Cawthon served from 1918 
until 1925. During his ministry, nine commodious well equipped Sunday School 
rooms were added to the auditorium and a modern system of carbide lighting was 
installed. 

The following missionaries have gone out from Johnson's Church. Minnie Mid- 
dleton Anderson-China 1916; J.C. Powell, Africa, 1920; Gordon K. Middleton, 
China, 1920; Katie Murray, China, E.L. Middleton, one of the most beloved mem- 
bers served as Secretary of Sunday Schools in North Carolina for several years 
and saw the greatest growth in Sunday Schools of any time in the history of the 
Sunday School movement in the state. 

Beginning with 1866 we are able to locate the following names and dates of 
the pastors that have served our church: Rev. J.L. Stewart, Rev. G.S. Best, Rev. 
J.N. Stallings, Rev. G.W. Huffham, Rev. W.M. Kennedy, Rev. H.S. Spivey, Rev. 
R.C. Sandlin, Rev. T.C. Baker, Rev. L.M. Curtis, Rev. E.D. Wells, Rev. C.E. 
Gavin, Rev. W.L. Bilbro, Rev. J.D. Larkins, Rev. A.L. Batts, Rev. T.L. Brown, 
Rev. J.M. Page, Rev. A.O. Moore, Rev. K. W. Cawthon, Rev. G.W. Rollins, Rev. 
R.C. Foster, Rev. Van Stephens, Rev. Paul Mull, Rev. Eugene Hager, Rev. Doris 
Norman, Rev. Alfred Gibson, Rev. J. Huber Dixon, Rev. L.D. Munn, Rev. Cole- 
man Thomas, Rev. Kenneth Durham, Rev. Rex Collins, Rev. Stephen Moore, and 
Rev. John Hicks. 

September 15, 1991, the church celebrated Old Fashion Day in the original 
sanctuary located one-half mile from the present location. Some of the original 
furniture was also used at that service. 

Executive Board Meetings 

Tony Gurganus moderated as representatives from 29 churches met at Garn- 
er's Chapel Baptist Church, January 22, 1991. 

The usual Committee and Church Program reports were presented. Emphasis 
was on the upcoming World Missions Conference, Associational Youth Retreat, 
and a presentation for a proposed Resort/Leisure Ministries Program. 

Jimmy Johnson moderated as representatives from 28 churches gathered at 
Brown Baptist Church, April 23, 1991. 

Among the Committee and Church Program reports was a resolution that was 
approved concerning the proposed Lottery. Approval was given to construct a 
storage building/garage near the entrance of the Association Office. Three vacan- 
cies were filled upon recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The Nominat- 
ing Committee also nominated officers for the coming year, which were approved. 

A moment of honor was noted in memory of John Flake. Recognition was given 
to Cathy Hopkins for her work in the World Missions Conference, and to Jo Robin- 
son as part of Secretary's Week. 

Tony Gurganus moderated as representatives from 27 churches met at Center 
Baptist Church, July 16, 1991. 

New Pastors, Staff and spouses were recognized. The Moderator appointed the 
Constitution and Bylaws Committee and the Committee on Committees. The 
Nominating Committee presented nominations for Association Officers, which were 
approved. Announcement was made of the forthcoming Evangelism Rally. Ap- 
proval was given concerning the payment of mileage for EBA Staff, and in the 
Housing consideration for the Director of Misions. 

Respectfully submitted, 
-22- Ottis L. King, Clerk 



WMU Report 

The WMU trained our leaders in September 

In January Mrs. Joyce Camp led a Prayer Retreat at Rowan Baptist Church 

Our Annual Session was held at Turkey Baptist Church 

The BYW had a picnic for the Seasonal Farmworkers at Royal Lane Park. 

Respectfully submitted 
Glenda Todd, Director 

WMU Eighty-second Annual Session Minutes 

The 82nd Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union Eastern Bantist 
Association met Thursday, April 18, 1991, at Turkey'saptist'chu ch co hos s 
Beulah Baptist Church and New Hope Baptist Church 

The session began with dinner at 5:30 p.m. Glenda Todd, Director, called the 
session to order at 6:30 p.m. Helen Register extended greetings from the host 
churches to those present. "O Zion Haste" was sung by the congr^egatTn followed 
by the prayer calendar presented by Shelby Blanchard n followed 

,^!^^, f;^'" presented special music before and after the election and instal- 
lation of officers for the 1991-1992 year. The officers for the new year are 

Director r-i j -r jj 

Assistant Director ... Glenda Todd 

Enlistment ^. Joyce Camp 

Secretary ^-i ^ ,^^''"°" 

Baptist Women . . . °'°"^ Lockerman 

Assistant Baptist Women '.'. Jan.e Thomas 

BYW Director r,' . • '^^^ ^^^ 

Acteen Director Daisy Chestnutt 

GA Director Jenell Edmundson 

Missions Friends Director' .'.■.'.■.■.■ Vonr un'^"''' 

Mission Action Director Vonda Williams 

Assistant Mission Action . . M '^"T""^ 

Marjorie Garris 

T^aTtTV,^7^T:^''^- ^"'' ^'^- Charles Warford were introduced by Glenda 
West Germ^;;.'"''^ ''""'''' "' '" '"''"^"^ — ^e concerning their'workin 
The congregation sang "Hark the Voice of Jesus Calling " 

Th™ . l""""^"/^' ''°''"3 '^"''"^' ^"'^ ^'°^'"S the session with prayer 
The age level reports were included as a part of the printed prooram 
Future hosts for the annual session listed in the program are ^ ' 

1992 Piney Grove 

1993 Clinton First Baptist 

1994 Warsaw 

1995 Kenansville and Dobson Chapel 

1996 Rose Hill 

ch?rcL's""'"' ""''"'"' *'''' P"*°"^ ''^3'^'^'^d, representing twenty six (26) 

Respectfully submitted 

Mrs. Billy Todd, Director 

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Discipleship Training Report 

During the 1990-91 Associational year, the Discipleship Training program of 
Eastern Baptist Association assisted churches and pastors in accomplishing tasks 
of reaching and equipping persons for discipleship and personal ministry by: 

1. Sponsoring "M" Night, November 19, 1991 at Rowan Baptist Church. 
Maurice Cooper, State Director of Discipleship Training was our keynote 
speaker. 

2. Sending members of the Associational Discipleship training team to the Ena- 
bler's Conference at Caraway Baptist Conference Center, November 16-17, 

1991. ^^ , 

3. Sponsoring the Deacon Leadership Conference at Turkey Baptist Church, 
April 29, 1991. Eddie Hammett, Adult Associate of the State Discipleship 
Training Department, spoke concerning deacons as change agents. 

4. Providing an Associational Youth Retreat at Camp Dixie, March 22-23, 1991. 
The retreat was led by Rose Pleasant on the theme of "You Can Be a 
Champion!" 

5 Conducting the Associational Children and Youth Bible Drill, at Kenansville 
Baptist Church, April 28, 1991. Six churches participated with 22 children 
and one youth becoming associational winners. 

6. Sending Randy Outland to the State Key Leadership Confernce at Ridgecrest 
Baptist Conference Center, May 13-14, 1991. 

7. Providing a MasterLife Interpretation program for ministers during the 
Ministers' Conference, Johnson Baptist Church, July 15, 1991. 

8 Sending members of the Associational Discipleship Training Team to Caswell 
Baptist Assembly for "Directions for Discipleship" - Associational Leader 
Training, August 23-24, 1991. 

9. Sponsoring an Associational Discipleship Training conference at Key Leader- 
ship, Warsaw Baptist Church, August 26, 1991. 

10. Providing personal consuhation on beginning and expanding Discipleship 
Training in local churches. 

Many thanks for their work to two that will not be on the Discipleship Training 
team this year. Rose Pleasant and David Brisson. And a welcome to two new mem- 
bers Danny Johnson, Aduh, and Jo Neal Robinson, Children. Nancy Outlaw, 
Youth, and Gene Lakey, Growth, will continue to serve. 

Respectfully submitted 
Randy Outland 

Sunday School Report 

This past year has been very busy. I would like to share with you a few things 
we have been doing. In August we had our Key Leadership meeting with 14 
churches represented. In September, we held the new Sunday School Literature 
Workshop with 19 churches represented. We have helped in other areas of work 
in the First Baptist Church, Clinton, Concord, Rowan and Grove Park 

We are in the second year of BREAKTHROUGH. This year is BREAK- 
THROUGH: REACH TO WIN. We want to challenge every church to get involved 

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with the five years of BREAKTHROUGH. BREAKTHROUGH will help us to reach 
our goal for our BOLD MISSION THRUST. We need to BREAKTHROUGH to 
people and let them know that Jesus loves them and wants them to be His chil- 
dren. Our Sunday Schools need to have a concern for BREAKTHROUGH shared 
by all of us who know the Lord and seek daily to be faithful witness to^ others 
On November 4-5 people will have an opportunity to attend a BREAKTHROUGH 
Workshop which will be taught by the ASSISTeam. I want to challenge every pas- 
tor to take part in this and also to lead their churches to participate in this train- 
mg event. 

Sunday School is the outreach arm of the church. Our ASSISTeam is strivinq 
hard to assist as many churches as possible. The ASSISTeam is made up of per- 
sons who are specialists in each age group. If your church would like someone 
to come share with your Sunday School leaders, please contact Tena Johnson 

I want to say Thank You to the people on the Associational Sunday School Im- 
provement Support Team who give so much of their time and talents KeepuD 
the good work. * 



Respectfully submitted 
Tena Johnson, Director 



Church Music Report 



Special music has been provided throughout this past year for several associa- 
tional events. This has involved the quarterly meetings of Executive Board the 
annual meeting, and the Evangelism Rally. At the rally held on September 9 1991 
nearly 100 adult choir members from various churches joined together to proclaim 
the good news through music. 

In addition nearly all of our churches reported music leadership and members 
on the annual letter. 

The Eastern Association was represented at the Volunteer Music Director's 
Retreat at North Carolina Baptist Assembly. 

Let us continue to tell others about our wonderful Lord by singing praises about 
Him, His power and glory, and His coming again! 

Respectfully submitted 
Jean Hatch 

Vacation Bible School Report 

The annual VBS Clinic (two sessions) was held on March 12, and May 7' 1991 
dince waTeT '' ''^"'''^ "^''^ ^^ churches being represented. Totalatten- 



Church 



Albertson 
Alum Springs 
Bear Marsh 
Brown 



Enroll- 
ment 



27 

49 

119 

79 



Avg. 
Att. 



22 

44 
94 
59 



No. Hours Prof. Achievement 
Days Daily Faith Level 



^ 2 Standard 

4 2.5 4 Standard 

5 2 1 Standard 



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Calypso 


55 


56 


5 


2 


Standard 


Center 


49 


35 


5 


2 


Advanced 


Clinton, FBC 


161 


148 


5 


2 


* 


Concord 


62 


49 


5 


2 1/2 


* 


Corinth 


63 


57 


5 


21/2 


Standard 


Dobson Chapel 


64 


56 


5 


2.5 


* 


Evergreen 


47 


43 


5 


3 


Standard 


Garner's Chapel 


39 


43 


5 


2 1/2 


Standard 


Grove Park 


96 


81 


5 


3 


Standard 


Immanuel 


56 


53 


5 


2 


* 


Island Creek 


+ 


* 


5 


2 


Standard 


Johnson 


47 


46 


5 


11/2 


* 


Kenansville 


141 


133 


5 


21/2 


* 


Mount Gilead 


77 


77 


5 


2 


1 Standard 


Mount Olive, FBC 


119 


104 


5 


21/2 


Standard 


Mount Vernon 


116 


94 


4 


21/2 




Peace 


41 


30 


5 


2 


1 


Poston 


147 


106 


5 


3 


17 Standard 


Rose Hill 


87 


75 


5 


21/2 


Standard 


Rowan 


75 


60 


6 


3 


13 Advanced 


Sharon 


82 


68 


5 


21/2 


Standard 


Shiloh 


83 


81 


5 


3 


* 


Teachey 


38 


27 


5 


2.5 


Standard 


Turkey 


70 


67 


5 


21/2 


Advanced 


Union Grove 


57 


47 


: 5 


2 


Standard 


Warsaw 


100 


85 


5 


21/2 




Wells Chapel 


48 


45 


5 


2.5 





* - Unspecified 

Backyard Bible Clubs 

Kenansville 

Mount Olive, FBC 

Mount Vernon 

Rose Hill 

Eastern Baptist Association 



No. Enrollment 



1 


36 


1 


100 


1 


12 


1 


8 


16 


353 



Respectfully submitted 
Jerry Todd, Director 



Evangelism Committee Report 

The efforts of the Evangelism Committee have produced an evangelistic spirit 
in the churches of our Association. A large percent of our churches have had at 
least one revival during the year. Many of our churches have had both a Spring 
and Fall revival. Many of our pastors have been called upon to preach revivals 
in churches across our Association; and, yet, a number of churches have had 
preachers from outside the Association. This has kept an evangelistic spirit across 
our Association. 



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The Annual Evangelism Rally was a success. Dr. Ken Hemphill. Pastor of First 
Baptist Church, Norfolk, Virginia, began the meeting at 5 o'clock P.M explain- 
ing how he used the Sunday School to build the fastcst-growing church in the 
East. The joint choir of about 110 voices from across our Association did an ex- 
cellent job with the music. Dr. Hemphill was used of God to enlighten the 350 
plus people present. Thirty-four of the associational churches were represented 
The children were involved in a creative poster project and were recognized dur- 
ing this service with awards of Bibles and New Testaments 

A special "Thank You" to each and everyone who had a part of making this 
Kally a success! 

Respectfully submitted 
John Maisenhelder, Chairman 

Cooperative Program Report 

Southern Baptists have used what is known as the COOPERATIVE PROGRAM 
to finance the greatest missions programs in Christian history. People in our 
Southern Baptist Churches place their tithes and offerings on the altar. The loca 
church sends on to the Baptist State Convention the amount it chooses. The Baptist 
fhl^ ^"t^"*'"" l^"\°" *° ""■' Southern Baptist Convention whatever t so 
chooses_^The Southern Baptist Convention sends a share to our Foreign Mission 
Ba^tUt rr'.'"'"'"" Boa'-d. Seminaries and other Baptist organizations. Local 

another h."'!.^';!?^" "^ '^"^ '^^"'''°"- ^"' '™^' ^'"^ f«»h in God and one 
another has enabled this system to work. 

The churches of Eastern Baptist Association have basically stayed with the 
process. Local churches could have chosen one or more alternate plan^ either 
through the Baptist State Convention of NC or by sending gifts directly to the aqen- 
cy or institution. These changes in the past few years have weakened the effec- 
tiveness of our COOPERATIVE PROGRAM. Special offerings are also becomrng 
more numerous and monthly our churches are called upon to give add^tionalTp 
port to most of our institutions, boards and agencies 

dirertl!°foTh ^^""f "".Tu ° i' ""' COOPERATIVE PROGRAM money has not gone 
directly to the work of the Association. Local churches have been encouraged to 
gwe five percent of their offerings for this work. One must always remember the 
Bantut rh l"'^" " '^' "'?'" '" °"^ '°^^' ^^P*'^* Church. pLple from local 
SoST7vE%ROGRrM '"'"r° ^'l*^ '"" '"''' ''""^^ "iven. Outside the 
t''h?s?p?oSrrn\?a?L'p1u.rhUc'heT^ ''"^'"^^^' ''^^^ """ '^ '^^^ ^°"-' ''^ 
The COOPERATIVE PROGRAM way of providing for the financial needs for 
all our work has surpassed all other plans of the past. We can make it Lst as 
productive in the future. We must trust one another and our Lord. 

Respectfully submitted 
Albert Pope 



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Committee on Committees Report 



EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 
Allen Overton, Chrmn. (1992) 
Price Knowles (1993) 
Darrin Wade (1993) 
Lynn Bullock (1994) 
Lloyd Braswell (1994) 

MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE 
Bobby Pigford (1992) 
Susan Joyner, Chrmn. (1992) 
Joyce Collins (1993) 
Dale Myers (1993) 
Faye Sellers (1994) 

MINISTERS ORIENTATION 
COMMITTEE 

Gregory Day (1992) 

Ottis King (1993) 

Norman Wheeler, Chrmn. (1994) 

STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE 
Gary Rouse (EBA Treasurer) 
Charles Kirkland (1992) 
Doris Hatcher (1992) 
Herman Riggs (1992) 
Willard Fussell (1993) 
Ronnie Warren (1993) 
Richard Moretz (1993) 
Al Miller, Chrmn. (1994) 
Jim Drake (1994) 
Gene Hart (1994) 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 
Mary Evelyn Wells (1992) 
John Hicks, Chrmn. (1993) 
Shelton Justice (1994) 



SEMINARY EXTENSION 
COMMITTEE 

Joyce Camp, Chrmn. (1992) 

David Brisson (1993) 

Tyanna Day (1994) 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 
John A. Johnson (1992) 
Dan Sellers (1992) 
Millard Bounds (1993) 
Allen Overton (1993) 
Helen Register (1994) 
Tony Gurganus, Chrmn. (1994) 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 
J.B. Herring, Chrmn. (1992) 
Willie Hobbs (1993) 
Charles Jackson (1994) 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE 
Frank Turner (1992) 
Coleman Thomas, Chrmn. (1993) 
Gregory Day (1994) 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 
Millard Bounds, Chrmn. (1992) 
Jo Neal Robinson (1992) 
Lynn Bullock (1993) 
Rifton Raynor (1993) 
Elbert Davis (1994) 
Gene Lakey (1994) 

CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE 
Al Miller (1992) 
Mack Musselwhite (1993) 
W.S. Wells (1994) 



HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 
Tim Register, Chrmn. (1992) 
Mary Hester Powell (1993) 
Frances Andrews (1994) 

^ Respectfully submitted 

Marjorie Garris, Chairman 

Mary Evelyn Wells, Darrin Wade 

Russ Evans, Lloyd Braswell, Millard Bounds 



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Interfaith Witness Ministries Committee Report 

The Interfaith Witness Ministries Committee continues to build an awareness 
of cults and sects, world religions, and other religious groups, and promotino 
resources for interfaith witness. 

Interfaith Witness Associates Gene Lakey and Randy Outland have led confer- 
ences this year on Jehovah's Witnesses (outside our Association) and on Satan- 
ism/Occult. They have also done consultant work with individuals and churches 
mside and outside Eastern Association. 

The video "The God Makers", an expose'on the Mormon church and religion 
was circulated among individuals in the northern Duplin county area where a large 
number of Mormons live and work. This video shows the difference between Mor- 
monism and Christianity. 

This year the Association purchases Interfaith Witness resources for the Media 
Library. Purchased were the video "The God Makers," a video produced by the 
Home Mission Board entitled "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints " 
and an equipping center module entitled "A Christian Response to World 
Religions. All these resources are available for loan to individuals and churches 

I he Interfaith Witness Ministries Committee stands ready to help churches and 
individuals to better understand and witness to persons of cults and sects world 
religions, and other religious groups. 

Respectfully submitted 
Randy Outland, Chairman 

Properties Committee Report 

•JAI^?*^'a^^P*1^* Association has again made some changes to keep pace 
with the day; A new Data General 386/SX-16 Computer and a 8514-X Dot Matrix 
Printer have been added to the office. Software was obtained from Automated 
Church System It will take some time for this to become fully operational 

A storage building has been built beside the stairs to the EBA Office to eliminate 
the need or carrying everything up and down 18 steps. Our Baptist Men have 
done most of the construction. The open part of the building will be used to park 
Warsaw Baptist Church van. 

cemed'^ ^"^"^ ^'^ ^^^ efficiency of our staff and make EBA more useful to all con- 
Respectfully submitted 
J.B. Herring, Chairman 

Churcii Extension Ministries Report 

cl^t'!r 7?"''"L^ ^^' 1^^"^ opportunity to work closely with the New Work 
Committee of First, Mount Olive's Missions Development Council. We have be- 
gun exploring the possibilities of fulfilling the 1990 Associational Strategy Plan- 
ning Committee Report, IV, Association: Community, Goal #2 Establish a 
Mission Church in Mount Olive. tLsiaoiisn a 



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A PROBE study is planned for the Mount Olive area. 
Be in prayer as we work together on new endeavors. 



Respectfully submitted 
David Brisson, Chairman 



World Missions Conference Report 

Participating in the April 7-14, 1991 World Missions Conference were 25 
churches. A Saturday Night Rally preceded the Conference with Home Mission- 
ary Dottie Williamson as the main speaker with other visiting missionaries shar- 
ing needs and prayer requests. Seven Foreign, six Home and seven State 
missionaries participated. Good reports and results came from the churches. An 
increased number of churches had Home Mission Studies in preparation for the 
WMC and many people were called out to serve as volunteers in missions. 

It was a great joy to be a part of the EBA World Missions Conference. Many 
thanks to the Special WMC Coordinating Committee. 

Respectfully submitted 
Cathy B. Hopkins, Chairman 

Deaf Ministries Committee Report 

The Eastern Baptist Association Deaf Ministries Committee has worked close- 
ly with the Deaf Mission at Poston Church this year. We will be happy to share 
about the Deaf Work in your church. We also invite all the area deaf to be a part 
of our ministry and ask that you help us locate unchurched deaf in our communities. 

During the year we made presentations at First Baptist Church, Clinton and 
at First Baptist Church, Wallace. 

° ' Respectfully submitted 

Mary Boney, Chairman 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee Report 

During 1990-91, the Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee's work cen- 
tered around the clients of six resident group homes plus four at-large individuals. 

Weekly Sunday School classes were held at two churches with 22 enrolled. 

The Halloween carnival provided fun and games in October. 

The Annual Christmas banquet was held at FBC, Clinton with approximately 
55 attending. After the Christmas story and carols, Santa arrived with gifts. 

On a damp, cool day in April, 27 clients had a great time at Spring Fling at 
Campbell University. The next day they all attended Sunday School and church 
at FBC, Clinton, emphasizing Handicapped Sunday. At the worship service, many 
volunteers were recognized for their work with this group over the years. 

Happiness Retreat II at Camp Caraway August 14-16 was enjoyed by 29 cam- 
pers and eight leaders. 



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The 15 residents of Skilled Creations have been remembered with numerous 
parties. Cakes have been taken to ADAP for birthdays, monthly. 

Next year the Committee would like to continue these activities plus include 
a Thanksgiving and Easter brunch. Any assistance in these activities would be 
welcomed. 

Respectfully submitted 
Pat Brown, Chairman 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Committee Report 

Two hundred ten professions of faith and 30 rededications were recorded in the 
summer Seasonal Farmworkers Ministry. 

Five Summer Missionaries - Natialia Reyes of Warsaw and Cipriano Moreno 
of Mexico, both of the Hispanic Baptist Theological Seminary in San Antonio 
Texas, and Michelle May of Wendell and Christina Pierce of Reidsville both of 
Appalachian State University and Orpha Ortega of Clinton served 10 weeks along 
with Christian Service Corps Volunteers and mission groups from outside 
EBA: Mr. & Mrs. Tim Fields and three daughters form Northport, Alabama 
Bernice Smith of Jackson and Elwin Goodfellow of Roanoke Rapids Fran White 
^o A ^^I?* Hawkins of Louisville, KY and FBC, Salisbury; and groups from 
EBA: Mount Vernon Aduh I Sunday School Class, Kenansville BYW's and FBC 
Mount Olive served in Backyard Bible Clubs in camps and at North Duplin Elemen- 
tary School. Sixteen Backyard Bible Clubs were held with 353 children attend- 
ing. Two VBS's were held with 25 enrolled. Five Adult Bible Studies were led with 
117 youth and adults attending weekly. 

Items given by EBA Churches were greatly appreciated. The ministry to Hispanic 
and Seasonal Farmworkers continues year-round with the effective ministries of 
William Ortega in the Clinton area and Vicente' Rangel in the Mount Olive area 

The lives of many people, young and old, are touched through Seasonal Farm- 
workers Ministry. Your continued support is essential. 

Respectfully submitted 
Farrell Miller, Chairman 

Christian Social Ministries Report 

The Christian Social Ministries Committee has been involved in encouraging 
churches and individuals to help meet the physical, social, and spiritual needs 
of people in crisis. Christian Social Ministries was involved in the distribution of 
some funds, clothing and food this year, October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 

1. Hunger Funds: $1,384.12 distributed 

2. Emergency Funds: $275.35 distributed v 
B. FOOD AND CLOTHING MINISTRIES 

1. Christian Caring Center, Main Street, Rose Hill. Ministry of Poston, Island 
Creek, Connth, Sharon and Shiloh. Open 9-1 P.M. on Tuesdays. Distributed 
food to 23 families, clothing to 1,267 individuals/546 families 
Margaret Stafford, Chairman 

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2. Giddensville Center, Sampson County. Clothing orders for 50 were filled 
during summer, others during the year. Open Tuesday mornings. 
Cx^ndi Falatovich, Director 

3. Sampson Crisis Center (Interdenominational) 102 Sampson Street, Clin- 
ton, Nine EBA churches participating: Rowan, FBC, Clinton, Grove Park, 
Mount Vernon, Ingold, Immanuel, Turkey, Mount Gilead and New Hope. 
Open 9-1:45 P.M. daily. Assisted 1,994 individuals. 

Bonnie Barefoot, Director 

4. Mount Olive Area Churches in Action (Interdenominational). 217 Station 
Street, Mount Olive. FBC, Mount Olive participates. Open Thursday and 
Friday 1-5 P.M., Saturday 10-1 P.M. Minimal charge for clothing and other 
items. 

Mary Louise Redmon, Director 

5. EBA Food Pantry, 102 N. Center Street, Warsaw. Open daily 9-4 P.M. 
Served 259 individuals. 

Respectfully submitted 
Joyce Camp, Chairman 

Media Library Report 

The Eastern Baptist Association Media is a repository of periodicals, books, and 
audiovisual aids in assisting church leadership in preparation for more effective 
ministry. Current media aids are available for browsing as one enters the EBA 
office. New videos by Gary Smalley on relationships and parenting have been pur- 
chased and are being used frequently. Also, a dissertation by Randall Outland 
regarding Baptists who become Mormons is available. Take some time when you 
go to the EBA office and familiarize yourself with the materials on hand. 

Respectfully submitted 
Dale Myers 

Senior Adult Ministries Committee Report 

Again we report progress in the Senior Adult Ministry of the Eastern Baptist 
Association. 

This too has been a good year, as many churches have participated in activi- 
ties planned especially for Senior Adults. 

The committee, Eunice Landin, Eunice Newkirk, and Arlene Rhodes met several 
times during the year with Cathy Hopkins for planning events. 

The annual picnic held September 27, 1990 at Royal Land Park was well at- 
tended with a fun program and plenty of food. 

There were 43 Senior Baptists from the E.B.A. who enjoyed three days (Oc- 
tober 10-12, 1990) at Camp Caraway Retreat Center. There we shared not only 
good fellowship and inspirational messages, but also great 'storytelling' by Rev. 
Bob Hasting, a retired minister, writer, and author of many books. 

On March 14, 1991, our Annual Rally was hosted by Grove Park Church, Clin- 
ton. This was a great occasion, with wonderful hospitality and warm fellowship 
as we shared program and food. 

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We were blessed to have David Moore of the Baptist State Convention share 
enthusiasm of his ministry with Senior Aduhs. Also we heard and appreciated Dr. 
Marse Grant who is now retired as former editor of the Biblical Recorder. 

Much interest and sharing in ministry with Senior Adults is being experienced 
among most all churches. Hopefully more of them will have a "special day" and 
program suitable for their Seniors. 

All cooperation is needed and much appreciated. 

Respectfully submitted 
Eunice Newkirk, Chairman 

Literacy Ministries Committee Report 

The Literacy Committee planned several workshops this year to train tutors how 
to teach students to read and write and/or speak English. The first workshop was 
held at Sampson Community College and taught by Ruth Whitley of Whiteville 
This was a Basic Reading and Writing Workshop. Twenty-one tutors were trained 
These tutors will work with students enrolled in Sampson Community College with 
the basic Education Program. Evelyn Tew, a committee member, in one of the 
volunteers to help with these at Sampson Community College. 

In June a Workshop for English as a Second Language was taught at Mount 
Vernon Baptist Church. Nine tutors completed this training. This was taught by 
Gladys Baker and she was assisted by Sallie Lennon. This Workshop came as 
a resuh of the World Missions Conference. 

In August, 13 people were trained in Basic Laubach Reading and Writinq at 
a Workshop at Warsaw Church. 

In February the Literacy Committee and persons interested in literacy had a 
Dutch-treat Dinner at the County Squire for the purpose of sharing tutor ex- 
periences and encouraging one another. 

The tutors are continuing to work with their students. Much progress has been 
made with these. 

A special thank you to all the volunteer tutors who give their time to be a friend 
as well as an example. 

Respectfully submitted 
Florence Hoover, Chairman 

Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Committee Report 

During the past year our volunteer chaplains have provided much needed serv- 
ices to nursing homes, retirement homes, jails and prisons in the Easterm Associ- 
ation^ These services include leadership in Worship, Bible study, Memorial services 
and Spiritual counseling. 

The most important service of all is just being there to show the residents of 
hese facilities that someone cares. We still need volunteer chaplains for many 
facilities in Sampson and Duplin Counties. The only qualification is the willino- 
ness to spend some time serving others. 

Respectfully submitted 
Gerald Garris, Chairman 



Report of Poston Baptist Deaf Mission 

Poston Baptist Deaf Mission has enjoyed a growing year. Progress has been 
seen both in spirit and in number. Two new members have united with the mis- 
sion. Each has added vital strength needed for further growth. The older member 
has agreed to teach during the Sunday School hour. The younger member, who 
is still in Wilson School for the Deaf, is bringing his young deaf friends with him 
to church. Through these two new members, the mission should continue to grow 
in the coming years spiritually and numerically. 

Poston Baptist Deaf Mission began its church year planning for the annual 
Thanksgiving Banquet. As a result, last year's banquet was one of the largest and 
best. More than 80 people attended the banquet. A time of fellowship allowed 
Poston's members to mingle with each other and to invite unchurched visitors to 
the mission. Visitors from the banquet have continued to keep in contact with the 
mission throughout the year. 

The coming year offers new and exciting opportunities for Poston Baptist Deaf 
Mission. Pray for the mission. Contact the mission if deaf persons are in your area 
of the association. You can contact the mission through Poston Baptist Church. 
Help us at the mission minister to these wonderful people. Thank you for your 
continued support and prayers. 

Submitted by 

Billy Blakley, Pastor 

Poston Baptist Deaf Mission 



Hispanic Mission Report 

CLINTON FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

The year 1991 has been another year of great development and growth for our 
Hispanic Mission. The hand of the Lord has moved mightily to change the lives 
of the Hispanic people and making the Gospel heard by many. 

The average attendance has been between 90-100 persons each Sunday. The 
enrollment of the Sunday School increased from 60 to 78 people. 

We also have continued preaching in Jacksonville and Rose Hill where mem- 
bers of our mission are in charge. 

The Radio Ministry on WRRZ 8.80 a.m. has continued to be of great blessing 
for the Hispanic community. 

Two members of the mission are still studying at Hispanic Baptist Theological 
Seminary in San Antonio, Texas. They are Natalia Reyes and Juvenal Gonzalez. 
This summer Natalia Reyes was one of our summer missionaries and Juvenal Gon- 
zalez was preaching in the Hispanic Mission at Wilson for three months. 

In 1991 we had two revivals where more than 30 people made public profes- 
sions of faith in Jesus Christ. In the last revivals the attendance was over 200 
people. 

Every member of our mission is very happy because our goal to have our own 
building is almost a reality. Thanks to God for the donor of the five acres of land 
for the construction of the building for the Hispanics. Now I encourage every church 

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of Eastern Baptist Association to be part of the construction of this building Your 
prayers and financial support w^l help in the reality of this project 
Ihank you very much and God bless you. 

Respectfully submitted 

William Ortega, Pastor 

Clinton Hispanic Mission 

Missions Development Council Report 

The Missions Development Council met quarterly during the year. Component 

STs 7i:^:i^s^7^:^: -- ^^-^^ - -^^ --^^"«- ^he foi. 

2. 1990-1991 was a year of awareness for Resort/Leisure Ministries which will 
be recommended as a new component at the 1991 Annual Session 

S. Training in Church Missions Development and several local church con- 
sultations were provided during the year 

4. The Mount OHve Hispanic Mission, sponsored by FBC, Mount Olive, called 

beT' 1 QQO M h^ ^"fuT ^"^ ^"^^" ''^''^^' ^^^^'^ ^^^^*^^^ i" Novem- 
ber, 1990. Much growth has occurred. 

5. 1991-1992 calendars, budget requests and goals were developed by the com- 
ponent programs. 

6. The 1992 Cooperative Agreement requests were approved at the 1990 An- 
nual Meeting. 

BaS°wi^H '"'°'""'"V°"""""' '° ^' '""""S «"d a challenge for each Eastern 
Baptist. We do appreciate your continued support. The details of each compo- 
nent program and the church-type missions report follow. 

Respectfully submitted 
Lucille Yancey, Director 

Mount Olive Hispanic Mission Report 

nviI^H ^'^^''°". t^^'u'^^^ ^ preaching point at the Carolina Turkey Trailer Park 
(Meadowview) by the Hispanic Mission from FBC Clinton "-a-'e"- l-ark 

are^and df '!' ^T' ?"'" ^u'^ ^ "'''°" '"^ ^ "'^P«"''^ Mission in the Mount Olive 
tTst Church a tTn' ' '° ^egin the mission. The Baptist men in the Fir^ Bap! 
In nin h f 7u y,T' ^"'^ consideration, brought it to action and started wi h 

turnfd rtu ''"■''""^ '^^' ^^'^ ^''" "^^'l ^' « P°°' hall and beer jo nt They 
turned the bu.ldmg mto a house for worship. The first time we started worsWn 
services ,n November, 1990. it was just me and my wife, but ^'h the Lord's he o 
we have had an attendance of 45, with an attendance of about 80 fo^our S^ 

oZl^:UiZSr ' '"' °' r'""^ ^^°""' ''^^ ^^-- '^°- - are conce'ra nj 
20 npll A^ ? ^u^°"^ "'''° ^""^ attending regularly, which is an average of 
20 people. Our first baptismal service was September 15, 1991. 

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We would like to thank First Baptist, Mount Olive and EBA for all their help 
and support. 

"To God be all the Glory." Keep us in your prayers. 

Respectfully submitted 

Christ's Bondservant, Vicente' Rangel, Pastor 

Mount Olive Hispanic Mission 

Brotherhood Report 

The Eastern Baptist Association's Brotherhood had another great year in the 
Lord's work for 1990-91. We had men and boys' groups involved in many areas 
of mission work. Some of the high moments were: 

1. The Baptist Men's Rally at Mt. Olive on January 26, 1991, with Dr. Russell 
Willis, Director of Missions, Cabarrus Association, as our speaker. We had 
over 225 in attendance for a delicious meal and an encouraging spiritual 
program. 

2. Baptist Men's Day was observed by nearly all of our churches on January 
27, 1991, with the theme, "Extending the Kingdom Through Marketplace 
Ministry." 

3. Many also participated in the Seasonal Farmworkers Ministry of the Eastern 

Association. 

4. Several men gave of their time in the summer of 1991 to help construct 
a storage building at the EBA office in Warsaw. 

5. The leadership at Key Leadership in 1990 decided to support the Medi- 
cal/Dental bus as an associational project for the year. Hopefully, your 
church has participated in this project. If not, you may still do so. 

6. The Eastern Association has agreed to support a Polish Pastor in the spring 
of 1992. Don't let this opportunity get by your church without participating! 

7. There have been several new organizations within the Baptist Men formed 
this year. 

As we continue to serve our Lord through our own Market Place Ministry may 
we all give Him THANKS and PRAISE! As EBA Brotherhood Director for the past 
three years I appreciate each male who has had any part in making our year suc- 
cessful and THANK YOU for your support. 

Respectfully submitted 
Jimmy Johnson 

Seminary Extension Report 

Seminary Extension is provided through Eastern Baptist Association with our 
six Southern Baptist Seminaries. It is a great opportunity for the minister who 
would like to further his education as well as the lay teacher/leader who would 
like to broaden their biblical knowledge and enhance their personal mmistries. 
Ministers or laity who would like to sharpen their ministry skills may do so by 
taking courses through the Eastern Association Christian Education Center or by 
correspondence study. 

Respectfully submitted 
.36. Danny Johnson, Director 



Anticipated Income 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

January 1 - December 31, 1991 & 1992 

1991 

900 Churches, Regular Contributions $ 91,615 

902 Churches - EBA Minutes 1*200 

904 Baptist State Convention 

Cooperative Agreements ... 27,130 

908 Copier Fees 150 

912 Checking Account Interest 750 

914 Churches - Special Gifts 2,000 

915 Individuals - Special Gifts '500 

916 Sales Tax Refund 500 

917 Hunger & Emergency Funds 
920 Herman Coker Trust Fund 

918 Other Receipts 

919 State Missions Offering 

TOTAL REVENUES - ANTICIPATED INCOME 



1992 



$ 93,467 


1,500 


27,650 


150 


750 


2,000 


500 


600 



1,500 



$128,117 



917 
920 



Escrow and Designated Funds 

World Missions Conference $ 1,200 

Hunger Funds 
Emergency Funds 
Herman Coker Trust Fund 
1992 Cooperative Agreements 

To be provided through the 

Baptist State Convention: 

Missions Ministries Staff Salary 11,480 

Hispanic, Mt. Olive 5,500 

Hispanic, Clinton 4 000 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries 5,100 

Deaf Mission, Poston '75O 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries 800 



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1992 Budget 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

January 1 - December 31, 1992 

APPROVED: This 1992 EBA Budget was approved by the Stewardship Com- 
mittee and the Executive Board and also was approved by the EBA Annual Ses- 
sion on October 29, 1991 at Magnolia Baptist Church. 

EXPENDITURES - ANTICIPATED 
January - December, 1992 

ADMINISTRATION 



PERSONNEL 


1110 


DOM Salary 


1120 


DOM Housing 


1140 


DOM Annuity 


1170 


DOM S.S. Offset 


2110 


MMD Salary 


2140 


MMD Annuity 


1210 


Secretary Salary 


STAFF SUPPORT 


1150 


DOM Insurance 


1130 


DOM Travel 


2130 


MMD Travel 


1160 


DOM Conference & Conventions 


2150 


MMD Conference & Conventions 


1220 


S.S. Secretary 


2170 


S.S. MMD 



OFFICE EXPENSE 

1310 Repairs 

1320 Copier Service 

1330 Supplies 

1340 Printing : 

1350 Postage 

1360 Telephone ^ ^ 

1410 Equipment Purchase 

1510 Association Minutes 

7110 Building & Grounds Maintenance 

6300 Sales Tax 



BUDGET 


BUDGET 


1991 


1992 


$ 13,500 


$ 14,100 


7,980/10,000 


10,000 


3,400 


3,400 


2,300 


2,300 


17,600 


18,300 


2,986 


2,986 


9,200 


9,600 




$ 60,686 


5,375 


6,048 


4,000 


4,400 


3,600 


3,600 


1,000 


1,000 


250 


250 


704 


720 


1,350 


1,400 




17,418 


500 


600 


800 


1,000 


1,500 


1,500 


1,200 


1,500 


1,800 


2,000 


1,525 


1,600 


2,500 


1,500 


1,200 


1,500 


4,500 


3,500 


400 


400 



$ 15,100 



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MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

MISSIONS 

1991 1992 

2231 Christian Social Ministries $ iQO $ Von 

2244 Baptist Student Union 200 300 

CHURCH-TYPE MISSIONS 

2243 Hispanic, Clinton c oqa ^ cnn 

2246 Hispanic, Mt. Olive HZ Hm 

2245 Deaf Mission, Poston fsp S 

14,550 15,670 

Whatever is received is spent 

2240 Hunger Fund 

2241 Emergency Fund 

SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 

2311 Salaries 

2312 FICA 

2313 Travel 

2314 Meals 

2315 Housing 

2316 Speakers 

2317 Supplies 

2318 Film Rental 
2320 Miscellaneous 



OTHER MINISTRIES 

2410 Deaf Ministries 

2510 Literacy Ministries 

2610 Senior Adult Ministries 

2710 Mentally Handicapped Ministries 

2810 Missions Development Training 

2910 Chaplaincy Ministries 

2911 Interfaith Witness Ministries 
2830 Missions Development Council 
2840 Church Extension Ministries 



4,400 


4,400 


300 


300 


2,100 


2,100 


800 


800 


800 


800 


400 


400 


300 


300 


70 


70 


200 


200 


9,370 


9,370 


600 


750 


400 


600 


450 


450 


400 


300 


200 


200 


25 


25 


150 


200 


25 


25 


25 


25 



CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 

3011 Sunday School 

3021 Discipleship Training 

3031 WMU 

3041 Brotherhood 

3051 Music 



$ 2,575 
1991 1992 



1,400 


965 


650 


675 


1,150 


1,150 


150 


100 


435 


435 



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3061 Evangelism 

3071 Media Library 

3081 Seminary Extension 

3095 Orientation Committee 

3101 Stewardship Committee 



175 


200 


500 


530 


50 


50 


50 


50 


60 


60 



4,215 



FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES 



5110 Ministers Conferences 100 100 

5120 Ministers Wives Conferences 50 50 

5210 Annual Meeting 300 400 

450 550 

MISCELLANEOUS 

6000 Miscellaneous 300 300 
6100 Designated 

1710 Key Leadership Conference 650 250 

950 550 

TOTAL BUDGET - 1992 $126,134 

Church Contributions to Associational Missions 



Church 


1989 


1990 (Jan. 1 


1991 
- Sept. 30) 


Albertson 


959.17 


868.37 


763.93 


Alum Springs 


550.00 


500.00 


700.00 


Bear Marsh 


600.00 


650.00 


450.00 


Beulah 


759.32 


388.72 


1,236.37 


Brown 


50.00 


100.00 


225.00 


Calvary 


1,485.82 


1,101.16 


761.81 


Calypso 


800.00 


840.00 


630.00 


Center 


219.68 


122.05 


201.35 


Clinton 


5,996.79 


8,103.38 


6,325.41 


Hispanic Ms-C 


50.54 


347.21 


54.99 


Concord 


1,074.82 


1,213.73 


743.98 


Corinth 


2,231.43 


2,753.39 


1,784.97 


Dobson's Chapel 


1,888.29 


2,040.02 


1,524.09 


Evergreen 


925.00 


1,500.00 


600.00 


Faison 


1,058.20 


1,635.00 


658.00 


Garland 


1,931.61 


2,061.48 


1,726.65 


Garner's Chapel 


700.00 


600.00 


600.00 


Grove Park 


3,448.11 


3,496.73 


2,838.25 


Hickory Grove 


600.00 


1,275.00 


825.00 


Immanuel 


3,198.00 


3,278.71 


2,441.78 


Ingold 


300.00 


150.00 


300.00 


Island Creek 


900.00 


900.00 


675.00 



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Johnson 


1,472.44 


1,616.48 


1,702.02 


Kenansville 


2,746.52 


3,987.04 


3,487.63 


Magnolia 


665.42 


676.19 


536.10 


Mount Gilead 


1,339.00 


2,113.00 


1,500.00 


Mount Olive 


7,400.00 


7,081.52 


6,451.05 


Hispanic Ms-MO 


Established in 1990 






Mount Vernon 


2,291.56 


2,544.78 


2,509.10 


New Hope 


600.00 


600.00 


600.00 


Peace 


515.20 


713.40 


560.53 


Piney Grove 


300.00 


300.00 


514.50 


Poplar Grove 


480.00 


480.00 


320.00 


Poston 


3,620.76 


3,809.04 


2,856.78 


Rose Hill 


1,800.00 


1,800.00 


1,120.00 


Rowan 


2,680.28 


3,180.00 


2,385.00 


Sharon 


1,875.00 


1,664.00 


928.00 


Shiloh 


1,289.00 


1,594.00 


1,298.00 


Siloam 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Teachey 


1,374.00 


1,405.20 


931.60 


Turkey 


1,490.93 


1,605.95 


1,250.36 


Union Grove 


-0- 


600.00 


644.00 


Warsaw 


4,195.02 


4,055.95 


3,399.48 


Well's Chapel 


1,700.96 


1,505.53 


1,413.50 


TOTALS 


$ 68,563.27 


$ 76,257.03 


$ 61,631.12 
(9 mos. only) 



Treasurer's Report - 9 Months 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

January 1 - September 30, 1991 

ASSETS 



General Fund Checking $ 4,261.62 

Cash in Bank - C/D 30,487.67 

Reserve Funds 4,249.18 
TOTAL ASSETS 



$ 38,998.47 



LIABILITIES & FD BALANCE 



Liabilities * 

Payroll Taxes Payable 1,211.63 

TOTAL LIABILITIES 1 211 63 

FUND BALANCES 
Reserve Funds 15,707.06 

General Fund Beginning 34,969.23 

Receipts Over Expenses (12,889.45 ) 

TOTAL FUND BALANCE 37,786.84 

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES $ 38,998.47 

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Treasurer's Report - 12 Months 

As of December 31, 1990 



General Fund Checking 
Cash in Bank - C/D 
Reserve Funds 
TOTAL ASSETS 



$ 20,750.20 

20,000.00 

9,879.48 



$ 50,629.68 



LIABILITIES & FD BALANCE 



Liabilities 

Payroll Taxes Payable 

Total Liabilities 

FUND BALANCES 
Reserve Funds 
General Fund Beginning 
Receipts Over Expenses 
TOTAL FUND BALANCE 
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND 
FUND BALANCES 



1,160.72 



14,499.73 
18,492.46 
16,476.77 



1,160.72 



49,468.96 



$ 50,629.68 




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Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Association 



1992 



1997 



1st Day 


Mount Olive, First 


1st Day 


* Corinth 
Teachey 


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* Mount Gilead 


2nd Day 


*Kenansville 




Union Grove 




Albertson 


1993 




1998 




1st Day 


*Siloam 
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Rose Hill 


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* Turkey 


2nd Day 


*Immanuel 




Beulah 




Hickory Grove 




New Hope 






1994 




1999 




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1st Day 


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Mount Vernon 




Calypso 


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Shiloh 


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2000 




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1st Day 


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White Oak 




Dobson's Chapel 


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Wells Chapel 




Brown 


1996 




2001 




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Calvary 


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Clinton, First 


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2nd Day 


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Alum Springs 
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Concord 
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Addition to the Constitution 

PROPOSED CHANGE TO BYLAWS 
ARTICLE VI, B, 2. Component Programs: 

j. RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES 

The Resort/Leisure Ministries Program shall be composed of five (5) persons 
whose duties will be to plan, promote, and evaluate Resort/Leisure Ministries pro- 

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grams, including the development of resort and leisure ministries such as inter- 
state rest stop ministries, flea market ministries, creative arts, special events and 
experimental ministries. The Resort/Leisure Ministries Program shall provide 
assistance to churches through their educational organizations in the develop- 
ment of Resort/Leisure ministries in local communities and the churches partici- 
pation in Resort/Leisure ministries conducted by the Association through the 
enlistment, training, and guidance of volunteers in these ministries. 

Respectfully submitted 
Violette Phillips, Chairman 




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Rules of Order 

1. At the meeting of the Association, the Moderator elected at the preceding session 
shall preside. In case of his absence, the Vice Moderator shall preside. 

2. Each session of the Association shall be opened with religious exercises. 

3. At each daily session and previous to proceeding to business the Associational Clerk 
shall be requested to announce the number of churches represented and the total number 
of messengers representing these churches. When it is determined that a majority of the 
churches are represented the Moderator shall declare the Association duly constituted. It 
shall be necessary for a majority of the churches to be represented for the Association to 
transact business other than adjournment. The proceedings of the first day of the Annual 
Session shall be read the morning of the second day and the proceedings of the second 
day shall be read at the first Council of the Association to meet following the Annual 
Meeting. 

4. The members shall observe toward the officers and each other that courtesy which 
belongs to Christians. 

5. Any member wishing to speak shall arise and address the presiding officers and shall 
confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and avoid personalities. 

6. No member shall speak more than twice on the same question without permission. 

7. All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer before discus- 
sion. 

8. No motion shall be withdrawn after discussion. 

9. When a question is under discussion, no motion nor proposition shall be received 
except to adjourn, to lay on the table, to amend, to commit, or to postpone to a definite 
time, which several motions shall have preference in the order in which they are stated. 

10. After a motion has been decided, any member having voted in the majority may 
move a reconsideration. 

11. All questions except such as relate to the Constitution shall be decided by a majority 
vote. 

12. The Association shall have the right to decide what subjects shall be admitted to 
consideration . 

13. The rules of order may be altered or amended at any session of the Association by a 
majority vote. 

Constitution 

PREAMBLE 

We, the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing the EASTERN BAP- 
TIST ASSOCIATION, convinced of the necessity of an association of churches in order to 
promote fellowship, missions, education. Christian service, the preaching of the gospel. 
and to cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern 
Baptist Convention in their work, do hereby agree and subscribe to the following articles. 

ARTICLE L NAMES 
This Association shall be known and denominated as the North Carolina EASTERN 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. 

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ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association is, through mutual assistance of member churches to 
enhance spintual growth and development by involvement in missions, education evan- 
gelism, stewardship and fellowship. 

ARTICLE III. AUTHORITY 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in its own sphere but shall 
never attempt to exercise any authority over the internal affairs of the churches. 

ARTICLE IV. COMPOSITION 

This /^sociation shall be composed of all ordained ministers who are members or 
pastors of member churches, the general officers of the Association, the Director of Mis- 
sions, and three messengers from each church with an additional messenger for every one 
hundred members over the first one hundred, no church being allowed more than ten 
messengers. 

ARTICLE V. MEETINGS 

T "^'^ Annual Session of the Association shall commence on Monday after the fourth 
Lords Day in October. The church year for the churches of the Association shall com- 
mence on October 1, and end on September 30. 

ARTICLE VI. OFFICERS 

The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice Moderator, a Clerk an 
Associate Clerk the chairman of the Historical Committee, a Treasurer and an Associate 
1 reasurer. All officers shall be elected annually except the chairman of the Historical Com- 
mittee who is the senior member of the Historical Committee. The Moderator shall not be 
e ected to serve more than two full years at one period and shall assume office at the close 
ot the Annual Session at which time he is elected. 

ARTICLE VII. TRUSTEES 

The Association shall have three (3) trustees who shall serve three-year terms in rota- 
tion, the replacement to be elected by the Association annually. 

ARTICLE VIII. EXECUTIVE BOARD 

The Association shall have an Executive Board consisting of the general officers of the 
Association, the Director of Missions, the Missions Ministries Director, the directors of 
Associational Brotherhood, Church Music, Woman's Missionary Union, Sunday School 
Dicipleship Training, Missions Development Program, pastors, retired pastors in the 
Association, and two laypersons (men or women) from each church to be elected buthe 
church and whose names shall be included in the church letter to the Association. 

ARTICLE IX. ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL 

The Association shall have an Associational Council consisting of the officers of the Ex- 
ecutive Board, the directors of Assocational Brotherhood, Church Music, Discipleship 
Training Missions Development Program, Sunday School, and Woman's Missionary 
Union, the chairpersons of Evangelism, Media Library, Christian Life, Church Support 
Seminary Extension Ministers Orientation, and Stewardship, the Director of Missions and 
the Missions Ministries Director. 

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ARTICLE X. MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

The Association shall have a Missions Development Program organization consisting of 
the Missions Development Director, the Survey Director, the Promotional Director, the 
component programs representing all mission ministries conducted by the Association, the 
Mission Ministries Director, a representative of Brotherhood, a representative of Woman s 
Missionary Union and a representative of Sunday School. 

ARTICLE XL COMMITTEES 

The Association shall have such committees as may be deemed necessary for orderly 
and efficient achievement of the Association's purpose. Members on standing committees 
shall be on the rotating basis with one-third of the members rotating off each year. 
Members completing a three-year term shall not be eligible for re-election until one year 
has passed. A member elected to fill an unexpired term shall be eligible for election to a full 
term following the completion of the unexpired term. 

ARTICLE XII. CHURCH PROGRAMS 

The Association shall organize groups of officers for the five (5) church programs: Sun- 
day School, Discipleship Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music and Brotherhood. 

ARTICLE XIII. VISITORS 

The Association may invite visiting and corresponding brethren to seats and extend to 
them the privilege of the body, except that of voting. 

ARTICLE XIV. MISCELLANEOUS 

The Association shall not maintain a fellowship with any church which neglects to 
observe gospel order. 

ARTICLE XV. CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES 

This Constitution may be amended on the second day of any Annual Session by a vote 
of two-thirds of the messengers present provided the proposed changes have been 
presented on the first day of the Annual Session. 

Bylaws 

ARTICLE I. DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

A MODERATOR - The Moderator, on the first day of each Annual Session of the 
Association, shall appoint the following committees to function during the session: Place 
and Preacher: Resolutions; and Memorials. At the last regular meeting of the Executive 
Board before the Annual Session of the Association, the Moderator shall appoint a Consti- 
tutional Committee to serve during the Annual Session, and a Committee on Commit- 

^V shall be the duty of the Moderator to enforce an observance of the Constitution 
preserve order, decide all questions of order, vote in case of a tie, and act as chairman ot 
the Executive Board. j • .u^ 

B VICE MODERATOR - It shall be the duty of the Vice Moderator to preside in the 
absence of or at the request of the Moderator, to give other appropriate assistance to the 

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f^/fT°lf- ^"'^/° ^"^^^'^ »° the office of Moderator, if and when, during fiis tenure of of- 
fice the office of Moderator becomes vacant nui« oi oi 

C. CLERK - It shall be the duty of the Clerk to record the proceedings of each Annual 

sSdrdroSoSScT^"''^'"'^"""'-^--^ 

It shall be the Clerk's duty to report the actions of the Executive Board to the Annual 
Ses ions of the Association . He shall report the actions of the Associational Councn to the 
next meeting of the Board or to the Annual Session of the Association, whichever comes 

J.J^^^V^'^^ ^^^^^ - " '^^" ^' *e duty of the Associate Clerk to register the 
messengers, to report upon request the number of these churches, and to perfo™ such 
p TocfcfL^^^ usually performed by an Associate Clerk. ^ 

Zetondi^S tts^"""' -' '° -^'^ '° '^^ ^^--- ^^'^ 

F_ASSOCIATE TREASURER - It shall be the duties of the Associate Treasurer to assist 

the Treasurer in the performance of the Treasurer's duties as directed by the T^easuref 

ARTICLE II. DUTIES OF TRUSTEES 

The Trustees shall be the representative of the Association in legal matters and shall 
perform such duties as the Association or the Executive Board ma? prescribe 

ARTICLE III. EXECUTIVE BOARD 

tor^C?erk'?sSiat?n°eA 't °^*' ^'''".''Z ^"""^ '*^"" ^'- Moderator. Vice Modera- 
tor, uerl< Associate Clerk. Treasurer, and Associate Treasurer. The corresDondino of 
fleers of the Association elected during the last Annual Session of the A^sraHon shall 
serve in these positions on the Executive Board Association shall 

Nnrth°r"^'p^ '^'"■f Executive Board shall cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina ,n its program for the furtherance of the work fostered by the body wX 
he bounds of the Association; it shall act for the Association on any matters reSinoar 
tention between Annual Sessions of the Association; and it shall havere pier to E 

txecutive Board a the Annual Session of the Association. The Director of Missions or 
other workers employed by the Association shall make a quarterly report to the Executive 
C MEE™G?'ih: f'' ^r^R^all 't^r^"^ *° '"^^^ a fan'report to ths ody 
quarter of the Annual ^T f^'l '^"' T'*, °"'" '''^ ^"^«^^' °'her than in the 

ARTICLE IV. COMMITTEES 

^^ A. STANDING COMMITTEE - A majonty shall constitute a quorum for each commit- 

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willingness to receive training to equip them for the work of the committee. 

Standing committees shall be formed from a slate of persons selected, notified, 
secured to serve, and nominated by the Committee on Committees. The nominees, then, 
must be elected' by the Association in its Annual Session. Special committees shall be 
recommended when deemed appropriate to perform the business and ministry of the 
Association, and are subject to the approval of the Executive Board. These committee 
posts shall be filled by the Committee on Committees from a slate of persons selected, 
notified, secured to serve, nominated and presented to and elected by the Executive 
Board. These committees shall have definitely prescribed duties and a definite term of 
service before they are established. 

2. STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: The Stewardship Committee shall be com- 
posed of nine (9) members. This committee shall be responsible for recommending a bud- 
get to the Association in its Annual Session, for the distribution of all Associational funds 
and for devising plans for raising such funds as are necessary for carrying on the Associa- 
tional programs. The Stewardship Committee shall lead a program of biblical stewardship 
education and promotion among the churches and on the Associational level. The Associ- 
ational Treasurer shall be a member of this committee. The Stewardship Committee shall 
have the financial records of the Association audited annually. The Associational budget 
will be on the fiscal year, January 1 - December 31. 

3. EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: The Evangelism Committee shall be composed 
of five (5) members. It shall be the duty of this committee to promote evangelism both in 
the local church and on an Associational level. It shall serve to link the Association with 
state and south-wide departments of evangelism and shall use every available means for 
fostering the cause of winning the lost to Christ. 

4. MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE: The Media Library Committee shall be com- 
posed of five (5) members duly elected by the Association, and resource personnel as ap- 
pointed by the Moderator whose duties will include arranging, cataloging and updating 
materials in the Media Library of the Eastern Baptist Association Conference Center. The 
Committee will encourage the establishing and promotion of libraries in churches. 

5 ASSOCIATIONAL SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: The Associational 
Seminary Extension Committee shall be composed of three (3) members plus the 
Seminary Extension Director, who shall serve as chairman and shall be elected annually. 
Its duties are to include selecting appropriate leaders for the center, planning the work^ 
promoting the work, monitoring the operation, evaluating the work of the center, and 
developing long-range curriculum plans. 

6. PROGRAM COMMITTEE: The Program Committee shall be composed of three 
(3) members. It shall be their duty to arrange the program of the Annual Session of the 
Association and for all other sessions which may be called. 

7 ORDINATION COMMITTEE: The Ordination Committee shall be composed ot 
six (6) members (pastors and deacons) . This committee shall offer to any church, upon re- 
quest advice and assistance in the examination and ordination of deacons and ministers 

8 HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: The Historical Committee shall consist of three (3) 
members. The committee shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to 
be included in the minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 
The senior member of the committee shall be the chairman. 

9 NOMINATING COMMITTEE: The Nominating Committee shall be composed 
of six (6) members. It shall be the duty of this committee to submit nominations to the 
Association in session for the Associational general officers (with the floor open for 
nominations) as well as for representatives to denominational agencies and interests for the 
following year and to fill any vacancies which may occur during the year. This committee 

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shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Executive Board at their second meetinq for 
approval and to the Association for election, the directors of Brotherhood, Sunday 
School, Woman s Missionary Union, Church Training, Church Music and Missions 
Development Program. The Church Development Program directors shall then become 
members of the Nominating Committee. The Nominating Committee shall present to the 
hxecuhye Board at their third meeting, a complete slate of officers for the five Church Pro- 
gram Organizations and the Missions Development Program 

three m' '''^Sf ^'^I'l^ ^^TT^^^ ^^^ P^°P^^'^' Committee shall be composed of 
hree 3) members. It shall be the duties of this committee to maintain an up-to-date inven- 
tory of all properties and equipment owned by the Association and make recommenda- 
tions concerning purchase or disposition of properties and equipment 

cor.nnL^^^U^^n^^^'^u'' COMMITTEE: The Church Support Committee shall be 
coniposed of three (3) members. The committee will seek to aid three smaller churches 
each year in areas that the representative churches identify and request. The committee 
their focal dTuTch ^"""^ encouragement and support to ministers and church staff in 

oo,pH^^f *K ll"^ ^^^ COMMITTEE: The Christian Life Committee shall be com- 
posed of three (3) members. It shall be the duty of the committee to address family and 
social issues of concern to the Christian community 

mitt ^l ;;^|f 'STERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: The Ministers Orientation Com- 
mnfstr, and .h°T°f'« °' '^'^^ 0) members, whose duty it shall be to orientate new 
ministers and church staff persons in all phases of work and ministries of the Association 
including budget, calendar and annual minutes ■ association, 

B. APPOINTED COMMITTEES- 
„os.d'fT''^n^'''"T ^f^D BYLAWS COMMITTEE: This committee shall be com- 

the ConlT ' * 7n^'''' ^"^ff ^"'^ " *^" ^' *° ='"dy and recommend changes in 
the Const tution and Bylaws and bring reports as necessary to the Association 

three H) ''"'^b ^'^^ TREACHER COMMITTEE: This committee shaH be omposed of 

ys^m of meet-"'' l" '^T " '^'" ^' *° ""'^^ '^^ ^=^°'='^"°" ^^^^^ °f 'he rotating 
TZnrnZT? " k' !° '^<^°"^'^^"d 'o the Association in the Annual Session a 

foHowing year "^' ^ '''^^'^^' ""'^ ^'"''"^*® ^°' *^ '^''"°" ^°' 'he 

3. RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: This committee shall be composed of three (3) 

t"rEx:clSe°Board' " d''" 'V° ^t ^" T'"«°"= ''''"'' '° '* ^^ *^ Associatfon or 
the txecutive Board and report suitable resolutions at the Annual Session 

4. MEMORIALS COMMITTEE: This committee shall be cor^pTsed of three (3) 
members whose duty it shall be to prepare and present at the Annual Session an approprt 
ylar'' The? '"'"'^"''J''^ 'hose of our number who have died during the precZg 
churches ""^'' """' '''"'' ""^ "'" '"""'' '° *" Association from the membe? 

5. COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES: This committee shall be composed of six (6) 
members whose duty ,t shall be to select and nominate persons for the standing commit- 
tees and stiall appoint successors when vacancies occur during the year. 

ARTICLE V. DUTIES OF CHURCH PROGRAM DIRECTORS 

A. THE ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR shall nrnrr.^t. .r.A 
supervise the Sunday School Program of the Association and sXelUSeorTh 
TuZns " " ^''°°' ""' °' *^ ^"°"^"°" '" ~°P^^^«- "^'h 'h' Director 



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B. THE ASSOCIATION AL DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING DIRECTOR shall promote 
and supervise the Church Training Program of the Association in cooperation with the 
Director of Missions. 

C. THE ASSOCIATION AL WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTOR shall pro- 
mote and supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the Association, 
cooperating with the Director of Missions, and in keeping with the Constitution and 
Bylaws of the Woman's Missionary Union of the EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. 

D. THE ASSOCIATION AL BROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR shall promote and super- 
vise the Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation with the Director of Mis- 
sions. 

E. THE ASSOCIATION AL MUSIC DIRECTOR shall promote and supervise the 
Church Music Program of the Association in cooperation with the Director of Missions. 

ARTICLE VI. MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

A. PURPOSE - The purpose of the Missions Development Program shall be to lead the 
Association to address the priority of mission needs in the area. 

B. ORGANIZATION 

1. MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL. The Missions Development Council 
shall be composed of the Missions Development Director, the Survey Director, 
the Promotional Director, the Mission Ministries Director; the chairpersons of all 
component programs; and representatives from Brotherhood, Woman's Missionary 
Union and Sunday School. The Missions Development Program Director shall 
serve as chairperson. The Missions Development Council shall work with the 
Mission Ministries Director in discovering, analyzing and presenting to the Asso- 
ciation or the Executive Board new opportunities for mission ministries; and in 
coordination of the mission ministries of the Missions Development Program. 
Upon determining a new mission ministry is needed, the Missions Development 
Council shall prepare a written description of the component program containing 
its composition and functions. Each new component program shall be presented 
to the Association or the Executive Board for approval. 

2. COMPONENT PROGRAMS: 

a. DEAF MINISTRIES - The Deaf Ministries Program shall be composed of three 
(3) members whose duties shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate mission 
ministries to hearing-impaired persons. The Deaf Ministries Program shall pro- 
vide assistance to churches through their missionary education organizations in 
the development of ministries to hearing-impaired persons in local communities 
and in the churches' participation in deaf ministries conducted by the Association 
through enlistment, training, and guidance of volunteers in these ministries. 

b. LITERACY MINISTRIES: The Literacy Ministries Program shall be composed 
of three (3) members whose duties shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate 
missions ministries designed to assist non-readers or non-English-speaking 
persons in developing or improving literacy skills. The Literacy Ministries Pro- 
gram shall provide assistance to the churches through their missionary education 
organization in development through enlistment, training and guidance of 
volunteers in these ministries. 

c. MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRIES - The Mentally Handicapped 
Ministries Program shall be composed of three (3) members whose duties shall 
be to plan, promote, and evaluate ministries to mentally handicapped persons. 

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The Mentally Handicapped Ministries Program shall provide assistance to chur- 
ches through their missionary education organizations in development of 
ministries to mentally handicapped persons in the local communities and in 
the churches' participation in mentally handicapped ministries conducted in 
the Association through enlistment, training, and guidance of volunteers in 
these ministries. 

d. SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES - The Seasonal Farmworkers 
Ministnes Program shall be composed of six (6) persons whose duties shall be 
to plan, promote and evaluate the Association's ministries to seasonal farm 
laborers. The Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Program shall provide assistance 
to churches through their missionary education organizations in providing 
ministries to seasonal farm laborers in local communities and in the churches' 
participation in seasonal farmworkers ministries conducted by the Association 
through enlistment, training, and guidance of volunteers in these ministries 

e. SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES - The Senior Adult Ministries Program shall be 
composed of three (3) members whose duties shall be to plan promote and 
evaluate ministries to senior adults. The Senior Adult Ministries Program'shall 
provide assistance to churches through their missionary education organiza- 
tions in development of ministries to senior adults in local communities and in 
the churches participation in senior adult ministries conducted by the Associa- 
tion through enlistment, training, and guidance of volunteers in these 
ministries. 

f . VOLUNTEER CHAPLAIN MINISTRIES - The Volunteer Chaplain Ministries 
Program shall be composed of three (3) persons whose duties shall be to plan 
promote, and evaluate the Volunteer Chaplain Ministries programs at area 
hospitals, nursing homes, rest homes, industrial areas, correctional facilities 
Oails-prisons) etc. The Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Program shall provide 
assistance to the churches through their missionary education organizations in 
deve opment of ministnes to hospitals, nursing homes, rest homes correc- 
tiona facilities industrial areas, etc. through enlistment training, and guidance 
ot volunteer chaplains in these ministries 

g. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES - The Christian Social Ministries Program 
shall be composed of three (3) members whose duties shall be to plan, promote 
and evaluate the Christian Social Ministries Program at area ministry centers 
(food, clothing, etc.), in identifying people with special needs in communities 
in assisting churches to be on mission by ministering to and meeting human 
needs while providing a Christian witness, and in the administration of Hunqer 
Funds and Emergency Funds. The Christian Social Ministries Program shall 
provide assistance to churches through their missionary education organizations 
m development of Christian Social Ministries in local communities and in^the 
churches participation in Christian Social Ministries conducted by the Association 
through enlistment, training and guidance of volunteers in these ministries 
h. INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRIES - The Interfaith Witness Ministries shall 
be composed of three (3) members whose duties shall be to plan promote 
and evaluate the Interfaith Witness Ministries Program by building an 
awareness of cults and sects, world religions, and other religious groups pro- 
viding resources for interfaith witness, and suggesting and leading interfaith 
witness activities. The Interfaith Witness Ministries Program shall provide 

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assistance to churches through their missionary education organizations in 
development of ministries to help churches to understand and witness effec- 
tively to persons of other religions through enlistment, training and guidance 
of volunteers in these ministries. 

i. CHURCH EXTENSION - The Church Extension Ministries Program shall 
be composed of five (5) members whose duties shall be to plan, promote 
and evaluate the Church Extension Ministries Program by discovering needs 
for starting churches and developing new congregations and to encourage 
the association to respond to these needs. The Church Extension Ministries 
Program shall provide assistance through their missionary education organiza- 
tions in development of ministries to help churches to become aware of the 
need for new congregations through enlistment, training and guidance of 
volunteers in these ministries. 

j. RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES 

The Resort/Leisure Ministries Program shall be composed of five (5) per- 
sons whose duties will be to plan, promote, and evaluate Resort/Leisure 
Ministries programs, including the development of resort and leisure minis- 
tries such as interstate rest stop ministries, flea market ministries, creative 
arts, special events, and experimental ministries. The Resort/Leisure Minis- 
tries Program shall provide assistance to churches through their education- 
al organizations in the development of Resort/Leisure ministries in local 
communities and the churches participation in Resort/Leisure ministries con- 
ducted by the Association through the enlistment, training, and guidance 
of volunteers in these ministries. 

ARTICLE VII. ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL 

A. PURPOSE - The purpose of the Associational Council shall be to provide a consulta- 
tive, advisory, and coordinative service to the Association and its various programs and 

committees. 

B. DUTIES - The duties of the Associational Council shall be: provide for communica- 
tion between Associational officers, organizations, and committees; study church needs in 
the Association and needs of the people in the area of the Association; propose long- 
range and short-range goals for the Association; prepare and recommend plans for involv- 
ing organizations and committees appropriately in attaining goals; review and coordinate 
plans made by the organizations and committees and relate these to the attainment of 
goals; evaluate the use of resources; and report through appropriate channels progress 
made toward attainment of Associational goals. The Council shall exercise general super- 
vision of the work of the Director of Missions. In the event the position of Director of Mis- 
sions becomes vacant, the Council shall recommend to the Association or the Executive 
Board for approval, a search committee whose duties shall be to seek prayerfully a person 
to fill the position. 

C. OFFICERS - The officers of the Associational Council shall be the Chairman and the 
Secretary. The Moderator shall serve as Chairman. 

The Associational Clerk shall be the Secretary. In the absence of the Secretary, the 
Chairman shall appoint a temporary Secretary. 

ARTICLE VIIL BYLAWS CHANGES 

These bylaws may be amended on the second day of any Annual Session by a vote of 
the majority of the messengers present and voting, providing the proposed changes have 
been presented on the first dav of the Annual Session. 

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The 1991 Minute Book 

of the 

Eastern Baptist Association 

is concluded with the following 

Statistical Tables 

for your further information 

and reference. 

Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table C - Church Training 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 

Table H - Mission Expenditures 

Table I - Special Information 



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TABLE A CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION YEAR ENDING SEPT 30 1991 




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EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 




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NORTH CAROLINA 


Director of Associational Missions 

REV. JAMES CAMP 




Address Citv ^tatp 7in 

P.O. BOX 712 'WARSAW NC 28398 


CHURCHES 


PASTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


I 


ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 


James Johnson, 515 Boney St., Wallace 28466 
Shelton Justice, Rt. 1 Box 38-A2, Warsaw 28398 
Darrin Wade, Rt. 2 Box 52, Mt. Olive 28365 
Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328 
Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328 
R. Graham Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398 
Greg Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325 
J. Albert Pope, Rt. 1 Box 234, Warsaw 28398 


Duplin 

Duplin 

Duplin 

Sampson 

Sampson 

Duplin 

Duplin 

Sampson 


T 

Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 


1986 
198C 
1990 
1987 
1986 
1990 
1989 
1986 


CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FA I SON 
GARLAND 
GARNERS CHAPEL 


Al Miller, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328 
Dan Sellers, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466 
Larry W. King, Rt. 1 Box 329, Rose Hill 28458 
Randy Cowan, Rt. 1 Box 118-A, Magnolia 28453 
David Earl Simmons, Rt. 1 Box 121, Rose Hill 28458 

Lloyd Braswell, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441 


Sampson 

Duplin 

Duplin 

Duplin 

Sampson 

Duplin 

Sampson 

Duplin 


Y 
Y 
N 
Y 
Y 
N 
Y 
N 


1988 
1987 
1992 
1991 
1991 

1989; 


GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 
MAGNOLIA 


Johnny Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328 

C. Allen Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328 
Danny Johnson, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446 
Millard Bounds, Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458 
John J. Hicks, Rt. 2 Box 71, Warsaw 28398 

D. Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349 
John F. Oliver, P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453 


Sampson 

Sampson 

Sampson 

Sampson 

Duplin 

Duplin 

Duplin 

Duplin 


N 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 


1986 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1990 
1987 
1990. 


MT. GILEAD 
MT. OLIVE, FIRST 
MISSION BAUTISTA 
MONTE OLIVO 
MT. VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 


Lynn Bullock, Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328 
Tony Gurganus, Box 203, Mt. Olive 28365 
Vincente' Rangel, Rt. 1 Box 344, Mt. Olive 28365 

E.C. Mattocks, Rt. 5 Box 50, Clinton 28328 
David Brisson, 1010 Raleigh Rd., Clinton 28328 
Pat Wood, Rt. 1 423-F, Faison 28341 
Farrell Miller, Rt. 2 Box 122-A, Faison 28341 


Sampson 

Wayne 

Duplin 

Sampson 
Sampson 
Duplin 
Sampson 


Y 
Y 
Y 

N 
Y 
Y 
Y 


1989 
1969 
1990 

1992 
1988 
1991 
1981. 


POPLAR GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SI LOAM 

TEACHEY 


Ray Smith, Rt. 1, Faison 28341 

Billy Blakley, Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466 

Richard Moretz, 202 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328 
Coleman Thomas, Box 126, Chinquapin 28521 
Norman Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521 
Tim Register, Rt. 1 Box 19, Harrells 28444 
Dale Myers, P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464 


Sampson 

Duplin 

Duplin 

Sampson 

Duplin 

Duplin 

Sampson 

Duplin 


Y 
Y 
N 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 


1990i 

1991 

i' 

1990 
1987;' 
1988: 
1984 
1989 , 


TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 
WELLS CHAPEL 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YR. TOT. 


Mack Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393 
Charles Moore, Rt. 4 Box 307, Clinton 28328 
James E. Drake, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398 
Ottis L. King, Rt. 1 Box 123-H, Wallace 28466 

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Sampsor 
Duplin 
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Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 


1984 
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71- 



TABLE B SUNDAY SCHOOL YEAR ENDING SEPT 30 1991 


53 


54 


c 


Association 

EASTERN BA 

State 

NORTH CAROl 


(Month & Day) 

^TIST ASSOCIATION 


1 
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Associational Sunday School Director 

TENA JOHNSON 


1 


Address City State Zip 

BOX 5252 INGOLD NC ?«4dfi 


i, 


CHURCHES 


SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


1 


ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 


Alyce Kelly, Rt. 1 Box 184, Albertson 28508 
Wayland Southerland, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365 
Tim Bell, Rt. 5, Mt. Olive 28365 
Virginia Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 58, Turkey 28393 
Jimmy A. Carr, Rt. 3 Box 97, Clinton 28328 
John Casteen, Rt. 1 Box W-27, Warsaw 28398 
Greg Wiggins, Rt. 4 Box 531, Mt. Olive 28365 
Ray Allen Cannon, Rt. 1, Garland 28441 


3 


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18 
3 
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CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNERS CHAPEL 


John West, 110 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328 
Gary Bell, P.O. Box 725, Rose Hill 28458 
Charles Knowles, Rt. 1 Box 123-B, Wallace 28466 
James P. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 153, Rose Hill 28458 
Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444 
Glen Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 278, Faison 28341 
Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441 
Bernard Jones, Rt. 1 Box 74-G, Mt. Olive 28365 


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HICKORY GROVE 
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INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 
MAGNOLIA 


John Williamson, Rt. 4 Box 329, Clinton 28328 
Larry Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 144, Clinton 28328 
Paul Tippett, 203 Bradshaw, Clinton 28328 
Gordon Cashwell, P.O. Box 5215, Ingold 28446 
George Brown, Rt. 3, Wallace 28466 
Ellen Bell, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398 
Bert Alabaster, P.O. Box 410, Kenansville 28349 
Lora Oliver, P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453 


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MT. OLIVE, FIRST 
MISSION BAUTISTA 
MONTE OLIVO 
MT. VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 


Lonnie J. Bass, Rt. 2 Box 110-A, Clinton 28328 
Richard Blackwelder, 110 Smith Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 

Ray Gainey, Rt. 5 Box 246, Clinton 28328 
Esther Hines, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 
Gene Hines, 104 Church St., Calypso 28325 
Dewitt King, Rt. 2, Faison 28341 


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POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SI LOAM 

TEACHEY 


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Phillip Stoddart, 4 Washington Cir. , Wallace 28466 
Craig Raynor, P.O. Box 517, Rose Hill 28458 
Jo Neal Robinson, Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328 
Everline Albertson, Chinquapin 28521 
Ray Likens, Rt. 1 Box 306-A, Chinquapin 28521 
Wayne Cannady, Rt. 1 Box 154-A, Wallace 28466 
Josev Wells, Rt. 1 Box 50, Teachev 28464 


6 
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8 
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1 


TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 
WELLS CHAPEL 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YR. TOT. 


David Hudson, Rt. 1, Turkey 29393 
Raeford Carter, Jr., Rt. 4 Box 349-A, Clinton 28328 
Vickie Hood, 106 W. College St., Warsaw 28398 
Harry Hoover, Rt. 1 Box 17, Harrells 28444 


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TABLE CDISC(PLESH.P TRAINING YEAR ENDINH Sppt. "^0 , lOQ] " 


73 


Association 


(Month & nay. 




EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 




State . — _ 

NORTH CAROLINA 


- 


Associational Church Training Director ' 

GENE LAKEY 


1 
1^ 


Address 


City State Zip 


= 1 


P.O. BOX 865 


KENANSVILLE NC 28349 


1^ 


CHURCHES 


CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


^ Hi 


ALBERTSON 






ALUM SPRINGS 






BEAR MARSH 






BEULAH 






BROWN 






CALVARY 






CALYPSO 






CENTER 






CLINTON, FIRST 






CONCORD 






CORINTH 


Larry Knowles, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458 




DOBSON CHAPEL 


Mitchel Williams, Rt. 2 Box 135, Rose Hill 28458 




EVERGREEN 






FAISOM 






GARLAND 


Lula Marie Wilkes, Rt. 1 Box 143, Garland 28441 




GARNERS CHAPEL 






GROVE PARK 






HICKORY GROVE 






IMMANUEL 


Julia Hansen, 1000 Naylor St., Clinton 28328 


( 


INGOLD 






ISLAND CREEK 






JOHNSON 






KENANSVILLE 


D. Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349 




MAGNOLIA 






MT. GILEAD 


Lynn Bullock, Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328 




MT. OLIVE, FIRST 


Sandy Jackson, 1909 Palm St., Mt. Olive 28365 


i 


MISSION BAUTISTA 






MONTE OLIVO 






MT. VERNON 


Chuck Curtis, 999 Naylor St., Clinton 28328 


1| 


NEW HOPE 






PEACE 


Virginia Hines, 104 Church St., Calypso 28325 




PINEY GROVE 






POPLAR GROVE 






POSTON 


Eleanor Thompson, Rt. 3 Box 38-A, Wallace 28466 




ROSE HILL 






ROWAN 


Helen Hairr, P.O. Box 427, Clinton 28328 


k 


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Pat Bennett, Chinquapin 28521 




SHILOH 






SI LOAM 






TEACHEY 






TURKEY 


Jane Robinson, P.O. Box 13, Turkey 28393 


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UNION GROVE 






WARSAW 






WELLS CHAPEL 


Gene Sandlin, Rt. 1 Box 157-J, Wallace 28466 




TOTALS 


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-75- 



TABLE D MUSIC MINISTRY 



YEAR ENDING 



Sept. 30, 1991 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

State ~ ' ~ 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Associational Music Director 

JEAN HATCH 



(Monlh 8 Day) 



P.O. BOX 837 



City 



CLINTON 



State 



CHURCHES 



ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 



CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNERS CHAPEL 



NC 



Zip 



28328 



MUSIC DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



Connie Jones, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365 
Renee Bell, Rt. 5, Mt. Olive 28365 
Milton Massey, Rt. 1 Box 12, Turkey 28393 
Curtis Pope, Rt. 6 Box 504, Clinton 28328 
Russell Killette, Rt. 1 Box 80, Warsaw 28398 
Tyanna Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325 
Joyce Hudson, Rt. 1 Box 135-A, Harrells 28444 



GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 
MAGNOLIA 



MT. GILEAD 
MT. OLIVE, FIRST 
MISSION BAUTISTA 
MONTE OLIVO 
MT. VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 



Jean Hatch, 309 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328 
Sandra Boone, Rt. 1 Box 82, Rose Hill 28458 
Lena Benton, Rt. 1, Teachey 28464 
Janet Register, Rt. 2 Box 167, Rose Hill 28458 
Carol Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444 

Gene M. Hart, P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441 



Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328 
Louise McLamb, Rt. 5 Box 268, Dunn 28334 
Joanne Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328 
Bobby H. Lamb, Rt. 1 Box 319, Garland 28441 
Johnny Norris, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458 

Gina Hardy, P.O. Box 993, Kenansville 28349 
Ri ta Brown, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 



POPLAR GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SI LOAM 

TEACHEY 



TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 
WELLS CHAPEL 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YR. TOT. 



Karen Driskill, 102 Barrus Ave., Clinton 28328 
Barbara Strickland, Rt. 2 Box 137-B, Pink Hill 28572 

Leah Wilson, Rt. 5 Box 62-A, Clinton 28328 

Louise Turner, P.O. Box 254, Calypso 28325 
Ruth King, Rt. 2, Faison 28341 



Mary King, Rt. 1, Faison 28341 

Annette Henderson, Rt. 3 Box 63, Wallace 28466 

Linda Murphy, Rt. 1 Box 76-E, Rose Hill 28458 

Lucille E. Yancey, P.O. Box 711, Clinton 28328 

Betty Brant, Chinquapin 28521 

Rifton Raynor, Rt. 2 Box 240, Wallace 28466 

Angelyn M. Burgess, Rt. 1 Box 275, Harrells 28444 

Jerry Dempsey, Rt. 1, Teachey 28464 



Mae Pinyatello, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 
Ray Saunders, Rt. 4 Box 289-B, Clinton 28328 
Garry Stuart, 107 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398 
Geraldine Johnson, P.O. Box 146, Harrells 28444 



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79 
13 
26 


60 
10 
15 








15 




2 


5 


2 




24 


8 


5 


5 


19 


12 




4 




9 
2 




50 
18 


40 
9 


8 


5 




16 




4 




8 




41 


30 


13 


9 


23 


30 






2 


11 




96 
2 


74 
2 


3 


10 




15 

7 








1 
3 




29 
10 


12 
6 


4 


5 




18 








4 




35 


12 








12 








2 




14 


. 8 








40 








7 




47 


21 








27 




4 




4 




35 


35 


6 


6 




31 












53 


20 


6 


10 




21 
14 




3 




5 
3 




53 
17 


35 
12 


1 






12 
12 








4 
4 




25 
16 


19 
10 


5 


1 


2 


8 








7 




28 


14 


6 


4 




11 








6 




27 


20 


4 


8 




27 




21 




1 




61 


50 




3 


2 


12 




2 




4 




23 


10 


138 


159 


152 


700 


45 


63 


17 


163 


14 


1,543 


1,000 


126 


139 


187 


732 


52 


36 


6 


153 


19 


1,524 


944 



-77- 



TABLE E WOMAN S MISSIONARY 


"'^'°'' YEAR ENDING ^ppt ^Q IQQI 


r 


Association '■ — = — — 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION (Month & oayi 


— 1 


State — 

NORTH CAROLINA 




Associational WMU Director 

GLENDA TODD 


TO . 

51 


''"" RT. 5 BOX 298 '"^CLINTON ''''' HC. ^'^ 9«.9« 


1 


CHURCHES 


WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODEI 


i 


ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 


Diana Herring, Rt. 2, Mt. Olive 28365 
Arwilda Pate, Rt. 5, Mt. Olive 28365 
Vickie Ricks, Rt. 1 Box 101, Turkey 28393 
Ann Peterson, Rt. 3 Box 55-C, Clinton 28328 
Iska Killette, Rt. 1 Box 80, Warsaw 28398 
Myrtle Joyner, Rt. 5, Mt. Olive 28365 
Leona Blackburn, Rt. 1 Box 404, Garland 28441 




CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNERS CHAPEL 


Tonya Wright, 300 W. Arrowhead Dr., Clinton 28328 
Mary Lee Usher, Rt. 1 Box 86, Rose Hill 28458 

Betty Brown, Rt. 2 Box 166-A, Rose Hill 28458 
Daisy Chestnutt, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 
Helen Flowers, P.O. Box 46, Faison 28341 
Mary S. Carter, P.O. Box 334, Garland 28341 
Betty DeLuca, Dudley 28333 




GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 
MAGNOLIA 


Jeanne Pope, 904 Raleigh Rd., Clinton 28328 
Carroll Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328 
Martha Tart, P.O. Box 652, Clinton 28328 
Betsy Carter, Rt. 1 Box 335, Garland 28441 
Lula Mae Rouse, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458 
Connie Carlton, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398 
Macy Brinson, P.O. Box 31, Kenansville 28349 
Inez Rouse, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 




MT. GILEAD 
MT. OLIVE, FIRST 
MISSION BAUTISTA 
MONTE OLIVO 
MT. VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 


Vonda Williams, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328 

Judy Caveness, 112 E. John St., Mt. Olive 28365 

Cindy Falatovich, 410 Beaverdam Rd., Clinton 28328 
Lillian Johnson, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 
Virginia Hines, 104 Church St., Calypso 28325 
Blanche Casey, Rt. 5, Clinton 28328 




POPLAR GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SI LOAM 

TEACHEY 


Margaret Stafford, Rt. 3 Box 224, Wallace 28466 
Mrs. Garland Carr, Rt. 1 Box 315, Rose Hill 28458 
Lillian Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328 
Arlene Rhodes, Wallace 28466 
Kay Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521 
Lynn Sanderson, Rt. 1 Box 193, Rose Hill 28458 
Mrs. Willard Fussell, P.O. Box 1, Teachev 28464 


1 

) 

i 
1 


TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 
WELLS CHAPEL 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YR. TOT. 


Helen Register, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 
Linda Hobbs, Rt. 4 Box 209-A, Clinton 28328 
Carolyn Drew, Rt. 1 Box 185, Warsaw 28398 
Mary J. Bland, P.O. Box 90, Harrells 28444 


] 

22 
IS 



-78- 



1 101 1 102 1 103 1 104 1 105 


106 107 1 108 1 109 1 110 1 111 I 112 ] 113 


Number of Organizations 


Enrollment 


i 

r-. g 


fi! 
Ill 


Jl 
11 


-5 
1 

o 
-5? 

1 


|i 

= to 

if 


1 


« = 1 

c5 ci> Si, 


A 


Baptist Young Women 
(18-34 years or H.S. 
graduation through 34 years) 




1 


I 


11 
1 = 


1 




1 




3 
3 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 


10 
1 


5 
6 
3 


5 


2 


8 
29 
2 
17 
4 
8 
5 


3 
4 
3 
2 
4 
3 
2 




21 
49 

9 
21 

8 
11 

7 


1 

1 
1 


1 






8 

1 
1 
4 
4 
1 
4 
1 


19 

2 
6 


24 

8 
2 


6 
6 


7 
12 


102 
17 
13 
12 
10 
3 
28 
12 


11 
4 
2 
2 
2 
4 
3 




169 
21 
15 
24 
26 
7 
43 
12 


1 
1 


1 






5 
1 
4 
1 
1 
3 
7 
1 


12 
9 

14 


16 

7 

5 


7 

7 


10 

15 
16 


46 
35 
26 
10 
10 
12 
20 
23 


6 
2 
4 

4 

7 

8 

11 




90 
37 

53 
10 
14 
34 
70 
34 


1 








4 
4 

4 
1 
2 
3 


13 
26 

13 
3 


12 
15 

10 

11 


10 


6 

9 
5 


9 
95 

8 
11 

5 
25 


6 
5 

1 
4 
1 
2 




46 
151 

41 

15 

9 

43 


1 
1 
1 








8 
10 
5 
2 
3 
2 
1 


4 

14 
3 

11 
8 


14 
4 

12 

10 

6 


12 
4 
4 


14 
5 

7 


70 
52 
21 
19 
13 
21 
19 


5 
6 
7 
1 

4 




105 
94 
52 
30 
30 
40 
19 


1 

1 
1 

13 
12 


12 
12 


2 

53 
52 




5 
1 
5 
4 

123 
119 


10 
10 

188 
141 


6 

11 
6 

192 
174 


2 

13 
4 

80 
88 


6 
8 

122 
115 


7 
10 
78 
31 

946 
946 


2 
2 
7 
1 

145 
123 




33 

12 

127 

42 

1,674 
1,587 



79- 



TABLE F BROTHERHOOD 



Association 
State 



YEAR ENDING Sept. 30, 1991 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
NORTH CAROLINA 



(Month & Day) 



Associational Brotherhood Director 



GENE PIERCE 



103 DENTON AVE. 



Citv 



CLINTON 



State 



NC 



Zip 



28328 



CHURCHES 



ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 



CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNERS CHAPFI 



GROVE PARK 

HICKORY GROVE 

IMMANUEL 

INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 

JOHNSON 

KENANSVILLE 

MAGNOLIA 

MT. GILEAD 
MT. OLIVE, FIRST 
MISSION BAUTISTA 
MONTE OLIVO 
MT. VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODEI 



Larry Brinson, Seven Springs 28578 



Gene Pierce, 103 Denton Ave., Clinton 28328 



Wilbur C. Carr, Rt. 2 Box 152-F, Rose Hill 28458 
Billy Chestnutt, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 
Melvin Rogers, P.O. Box 395, Faison 28341 
Coleman Carter, P.O. Box 334, Garland 28441 



POPLAR GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SI LOAM 

TEACHEY 



TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 
WELLS CHAPEL 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YR. TOT. 



Eddie Wetherington, Rt. 5 Box 29-A, Clinton 28328 

Joseph Tart, P.O. Box 652, Clinton 28328 

Perry E. Pope, Rt. 4 Box 92, Clinton 28328 

Johnny Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458 

Harry Phillips, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 117-A, Warsaw 28398 



John Hendrix, Rt. 1 Box 185-C, Rose Hill 28458 
Angelo San Fratello, Rt. 4 Box 210-B, Mt. Olive 28365 

Jerry Hairr, Rt. 2 Box 409-AA, Clinton 28328 

DeWitt King, Rt. 2, Faison 28341 



Hank McGowan, P.O. Box 7, Watha 28471 
Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328 

Charles Murphy, Rt. 1 Box 98, Harrells 28444 



Terry Cottle, 802 Walking Stick Trail, Clinton 28328 
Robert Andrasko, Rt. 4 Box 356, Clinton 28328 

Bland Carr, Rt. 1 Box 217, Willard 28478 



-80- 





115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


122 


123 




i 
i! 

Is 


i 


1 
11 


i 

11 


1 


1} 


1 

It 

li 




1 

M 
1 




8 








1 

8 








9 
8 


2 


2 


4 


6 
2 


10 
6 


15 

13 
12 
11 


50 
19 


60 
8 


80 


231 

31 
17 
12 
19 


7 


8 
6 

4 


4 






20 

12 
20 
18 
36 








35 

26 
20 
18 
36 
8 


5 
B 


6 

7 

9 
10 


5 
5 






5 
27 

2 

8 


7 
30 


30 
3 




25 
104 

19 

3 
18 


3 
2 


4 
2 


4 
3 






12 

14 
3 

13 


8 


3 




' 18 

24 
20 

16 


6 

7 
2 


4 

70 
46 


25 
39 


1 

9 
16 


8 

27 
16 


3 
12 

14 

279 
321 


114 
58 


3 

107 
92 


80 
42 


13 
21 

17 

768 
672 



-81- 



TABLE G TOTAL RECEIPTS. LOCAL EXPENDITURES & STEWARDSHIP YEAR ENDING S ePt . 30, 1991 

Association ~ ' ~ ~; — , „ „ — 

(Month & Dav) 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSQCTATinN 

State ' ' ' 

NORTH CAROLINA 



Associational Treasurer 



GARY L. ROUSE 



113 VISTA DR, 



Citv 



CLINTON 



NC 



Zip 



CHURCHES 



ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 



28328 



TREASURERS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNERS CHAPEL 



GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 
MAGNOLIA 



MT. GILEAD 
MT. OLIVE, FIRST 
MISSION BAUTISTA 
MONTE OLIVO 
MT. VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 



John Harper, Rt. 1 Box 296-A, Albertson 28508 
Ruth Outlaw, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365 
Glen Kornegay, 907 Holloman St., Mt. Olive 28365 
Milton Massey, Rt. 1 Box 12, Turkey 28393 
Marie J. Pope, Rt. 6 Box 504, Clinton 28328 
Ruth Dail, Rt. 1 Box 203-Gl, Warsaw 28398 
Glanton Barwick, P.O. Box 165, Calypso 28325 
Barbara Smith, Rt. 1 Box 645, Garland 28441 



Bill Dunlap, Rt. 1 Box 486-A, Roseboro 28382 
Martha Blanchard, Rt. 1 Box 71, Rose Hill 28458 
Jimmy Matthews, Rt. 2 Box 385-A, Rose Hill 28458 
Janet Register, Rt. 2 Box 169, Rose Hill 28458 
James Ezzell, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 
Iris Brogden, P.O. Box 67, Faison 28341 
Ina Mae Hales, P.O. Box 162, Garland 28441 
Durham Grady, Rt. 1 Box 123, Mt. Olive 28365 



Charles Warren, 110 Underwood St., Clinton 28328 
Barbara Naylor, Rt. 2 Box 137-E, Clinton 28328 
Doris Martin, 1000 Powers St., Clinton 28328 
Betsy Carter, Rt. 1 Box 335, Garland 28441 
Centelle Hanchy, Rt. 3, Wallace 28466 
Violette Phillips, P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349 
Rose Swain, Rt. 2 Box 117-Q, Warsaw 28398 
Alma Martino, P.O. Box 3, Magnolia 28453 



POPLAR GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SI LOAM 

TEACHEY 



TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 
WELLS CHAPEL 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YR. TOT. 



Larry Wiggins, Rt. 2 Box 128-A, Clinton 28328 
Margaret Martin, 500 W. Main St., Mt. Olive 28365 
Jenny Jeans, P.O. Box 203, Mt. Olive 28365 

Elizabeth Barber, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328 
Edward Colwell, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 
Virginia Hines, 104 Church St., Calypso 28325 
Newitt Norris, Rt. 2, Faison 28341 



Meredith Spencer, Rt. 1, Faison 28341 

Elizabeth Rivenbark, 505 W. Westbrook St., Wallace 28466 

John Moore, P.O. Box 88, Rose Hill 28458 

Anna Leigh Clack, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328 

W.L. Brant, Chinquapin 28521 

Berena Alston, Rt. 2 Box 275-A, Wallace 28466 

Robert 0. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444 

Elwood Fussell, P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464 



Elsie Hudson, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 
Louise Carter, Rt. 4 Box 301, Clinton 28328 
Charles Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 266-B2, Kenansville 28349 
Brenda Bowen, Rt. 2 Box 127-A, Harrells 28444 



-82- 



125 


126 


127 


128 


129 


130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 




, 










1 ^ 










2 

la 

si 


11 
li 


1 

i 


} 


11 

II 


i 


11 


-i 
1 

i 


1 
1 


Ji 


1 


,281 


24,668 




24,668 




12,140 


4,876 




749 


3,711 


21,476 


,190 


21,72S 


333 


22,062 




9,658 






1.425 


6,418 


17,501 


,469 


39,57£ 


14,000 


53,578 


65,000 


24,388 


35,000 




2,592 


23,670 


85,650 


398 


26,962 


1,874 


28,836 




5,870 






1,060 


21,860 


28,790 


879 


33,87S 




33,879 




26,000 






1,200 


5,100 


32,300 


,932 


54,405 


346 


54,751 




16,900 






1,315 


8,307 


26,522 


,564 


38,39S 


2,594 


40,993 




19,334 






1,122 


18,440 


38,896 


,663 


15,768 




15,768 




7,690 






486 


5,823 


13,999 


,016 


472,790 


69,366 


542,156 




178,867 






22,950 


295,643 


497,460 


,593 


27,440 




27,440 


2,250 


11,700 




1,151 


1,570 


6,651 


21,072 


,524 


68,237 




68,237 




23,780 






1,987 


6,861 


32,628 


,204 


48,434 




48,434 




12,300 






879 


13,307 


26,486 


,558 


42,357 


4,364 


46,721 




14,464 






2,096 


16,415 


32,975 


,750 


38,563 




38,563 




26,035 






1,754 


6,091 


33,880 


,959 


48,739 


390 


49,129 




20,364 






1,953 


13,293 


35,610 


,720 


28,0181 2,400 


30,418 




13,600 






1,497 


8,067 


23,164 


,841 


199,7491 4,971 


204,720 




64,010 




35,090 


8,078 


57,685 


164,863 


,000 


37,560 


3,300 


40,860 




25,000 






1,368 


9,547 


35,915 


,800 


108,671 


516 


109,187 




40,604 






5,156 


47,058 


92,818 


,996 


37,462 




37,462 




16,075 




2,510 


1,206 


16,292 


36,083 


,089 


52,163 


460 


52,623 




24,031 






2,142 


32,792 


58,965 


,930 


50,808 


895 


51,703 




25,817 






1,366 


15,492 


42,675 


,099 


104,029 


7,022 


111,051 




38,265 






5,305 


32,422 


75,992 


,554 


36,332 




36,332 




13,060 






1,061 


12,315 


26,436 


,988 


92,379 




92,379 




37,930 




16,233 


3,624 


12,328 


70,115 


,886 


255,469 


30,581 


286,050 




103,721 






11,013 


63,779 


178,513 


033) 


(7,649) 


(30,581) 


(38,230) 




9,917 






113 


10,468 


20,498 


,817 


56,563 


927 


57,490 




26,676 






4,252 


14,867 


45,795 


,224 


23,435 


60 


23,495 




14,245 






510 


4,280 


19,035 


145 


24,968 




24,968 




2,487 




4,431 


872 


9,181 


16,971 


,309 


51,710 




51,710 




30,088 






2,066 


13,916 


46,070 


,114 


19,383 




19,383 




11,440 




1,38^ 


564 


5,683 


19,076 


,973 


105,079 




105,079 




39,617 




12,924 


4,511 


16,040 


73,092 


,707 


98,707 




98,707 




4,280 






3,200 


19,769 


27,249 


,456 


86,058 


559 


86,617 




22,500 






8,189 


18,351 


49,040 


,400 


67,400 




67,400 




34,000 


8,000 




3,000 


8,000 


53,000 


,850 


63,725 


496 


64,221 




32,846 




1,682 


2,107 


14,216 


50,850 


,986 


34,336 




34,336 




19,381 






1,481 


4,773 


25,635 


,763 


67,280 


1,253 


68,533 




25,000 






3,270 


29,181 


57,451 


,908 


48,411 




48,411 




16,726 






2,352 


16,997 


36,075 


,698 


37,650 


2,150 


39,800 




19,029 






1,234 


11,622 


31,885 


,392 


174,772 




174,772 




52,367 






6,246 


84,539 


143,152 


,657 


61,893 


892 


62,785 




22,595 






3,916 


17,073 


43,584 


282 


3,025,958 


149,749 


3,175,707 


67,250 


1,194,797 


47,876 


75,410 


132,837 


1,058,323 


?, 509, 243 


352 


2,824,139 


110,085 


2,934,224 


38,000 


1,103,484 


97,213 


102,700 


120,207 


1,084,251 


^507, 860 



-83- 



TABLE H MISSION EXPENDITURES 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



KEAR ENDING Sept. 30, 1991 



(Month & Day) 



State 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Associational Clerk 



OTTIS L. KING 



RT. 1 BOX 123-H 



City 



WALLACE 



State 



NC 



Zip 



28466 



ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 



CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNERS CHAPEL 



CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDES ZIP CODE) 



Douglas Stroud, Box 25, Albertson 28508 
Marie K. Harper, Rt. 2 Box 281, Mt. Olive 28365 
Doris Holland, 314 W. Station St., Mt. Olive 28365 
Susie Thornton, 11 Hamilton Dr., Clinton 28328 
Sharon S. Carr, Rt. 3 Box 97, Clinton 28328 
Judy Casteen, Rt. 1 Box W-27, Warsaw 28398 
Pam King, Rt. 5 Box 59-E, Mt. Olive 28365 
Leona Blackburn, Rt. 1 Box 404, Garland 28441 



GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 
MAGNOLIA 



MT. GILEAD 
MT. OLIVE, FIRST 
MISSION BAUTISTA 
MONTE OLIVO 
MT. VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 



Sue Miller, 305 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328 
Mary Lee Usher, Rt. 1 Box 86, Rose Hill 28458 
Betty P. Butts, 108 E. Cavanaugh St., Wallace 28466 
Julia B. Brock, Rt. 2 Box 146, Rose Hill 28458 
Annie H. Daniels, Rt. 1 Box 122, Rose Hill 28458 
Joe Foss, Rt. 1 Box 27, Faison 28341 
Sandy B. Morris, P.O. Box 552, Garland 28441 
Annie Albertson, Rt. 1 Box 437, Mt. Olive 28365 



CHURCH SPONSO, 






Janet Jordan, 905 Lake View Dr., Clinton 28328 
Judy David, Rt. 3 Box 331-D, Clinton 28328 
Doris Martin, 1000 Powers St., Clinton 28328 
Sara W. Pope, Rt. 4 Box 92, Clinton 28328 
Kathaleen Caldwell, P.O. Box 293, Wallace 28466 
JoAnne West, P.O. Box 502, Warsaw 28398 
Edna Earle Brinson, P.O. Box 8, Kenansville 28349 
Gail C. Whaley, Rt. 1 Box 270-C5, Warsaw 28398 



POPLAR GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SI LOAM 

TEACHEY 



TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 
WELLS CHAPEL 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YR. TOT. 



Judy Barefoot, P.O. Box 175, Turkey 28393 
T.E. Shaver, P.O. Box 486, Mt. Olive 28365 
Jenny Jeans, P.O. Box 203, Mt. Olive 28365 

Karen J. Pope, Rt. 2 Box 393-A, Clinton 28328 

Ken Po^vell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325 
Eloise L. Clifton, Rt. 1 Box 75, Faison 28341 



19,7 



16,463 



Ann Miller, Rt. 2 Box 81-A2, Faison 28341 
Glenda Brinson, 515 Forest Ln., Wallace 28466 
Tappy H. Murray, P.O. Box 790, Rose Hill 28458 
Judith P. Hairr, Rt. 2 Box 84-A, Clinton 28328 
Madeline Norris, Rt. 1 Box 2-E, Chinquapin 28521 
Cathy Jarosewicz, Rt. 2 Box 250-B, Wallace 28466 
Lela M. Harrell, Rt. 1 Box 64, Harrells 28444 
Mrs. R.C. Jenkins, Rt. 1 Box 352, Teachey 28464 



Carolyn Ezzell, Rt. 1 Box 164-X, Turkey 28393 
Louise Carter, Rt. 4 Box 301, Clinton 28328 
Peggy Grice, 309 E. Pollock St., Warsaw 28398 
Joan Ivey, 105 Sunset Dr., Wallace 28466 



13,8; 

4 



2,5] 
7,o! 



16,343 43,6- 
3,750 25,45! 



84- 





















,' 








138 


139 


140 1 141 1 142 


143 1 144 1 145 


146 


147 1 148 [ 149 


150 




1 


OTHER MISSION CAUSE EXPENDITURES 




1 i 

il 


i i 

o ^ 


i 


li 

lii 


SB Foreign 
Missions (incl. Lottie 
Moon Christmas offering) 


i! 


jl 


s 


Ji 


t 

fi 


if 

M 1 


li 

C3 S 




148 


1,056 


120 


287 


274 




63 


63 


27 


478 


2,368 


2,516 




1,200 


700 


319 


467 


749 






293 


268 


90 


2,886 


4,086 




1,052 


600 


641 


630 


1,808 




1,790 








5,469 


6,521 




2,296 


1,236 
225 


15 


60 
732 


288 
572 






3 


32 




1,634 
1,529 


3,930 
1,529 




2,719 


922 




179 


358 


1,357 










2,816 


5,535 




1,020 


840 


466 


355 


470 












2,131 


3,151 




200 


576 




25 


90 








3 




694 


894 


796 


30,788 


8,345 


9,298 


12,077 






310 








32,465 


83,049 




2,217 


1,086 


421 


300 


500 












2,307 


4,524 




6,454 


2,640 




907 


1,717 












5,264 


11,718 




3,065 


1,994 


10 


168 


510 






20 


55 


73 


2,830 


5,895 




1,277 


1,277 


500 


645 


700 


100 


200 


100 


100 


556 


4,178 


5,455 




1,104 


1,124 




465 


94 










475 


2,158 


3,262 




4,418 


2,243 


341 


500 


1,220 












4,304 


8,722 




992 


600 


240 


250 


570 






45 




1,403 


3,108 


4,100 




18,391 


3,678 


L,445 


2,272 


2,779 












10,174 


28,565 




1,260 


1,100 


300 


190 


700 








37 


1,160 


3,487 


4,747 




6,779 


3,163 




1,094 


6,787 




2,199 






2,511 


15,754 


22,533 




382 


300 




144 


170 










106 


690 


1,072 




1,391 


900 


235 


700 


1,100 




120 






570 


3,625 


5,016 




1,016 


2,283 




655 


750 




15 


120 




162 


3,985 


5,001 




5,516 


4,598 


482 


1,628 


1,813 




160 


185 


105 


3,749 


12,720 


18,236 




2,662 


665 


351 


196 


849 




138 


147 


129 


5 


2,480 


5,142 




8,793 


2,198 


621 


961 


2,482 




100 


120 




460 


6,944 


15,737 


183 


23,281 
314 


8,567 
157 


2,315 


3,958 


5,399 




918 


472 


459 


1,212 


23,300 
157 


76,764 
471 


458 


5,836 


3,045 




709 


1,525 




126 








5,405 


11,699 




1,000 


600 




87 


705 




75 






100 


1,567 


2,567 




1,805 


774 






145 










550 


1,469 


3,274 




500 


582 


376 


438 


848 




487 






298 


3,029 


3,529 


504 


1,200 


180 






114 












294 


3,598 


034 


9,545 


3,833 


363 


1,225 


2,068 










200 


7,689 


24,268 




20,429 


1,870 


385 


4,748 


8,021 




110 








15,173 


35,602 




6,361 


3,180 


268 


1,120 


1,646 






83 


83 




6,380 


12,741 




3,600 


1,840 


530 


918 


1,245 










275 


4,808 


8,408 




5,600 


1,653 


263 


334 


636 




203 






337 


3,426 


9,026 




603 


1,000 


116 


404 


720 




280 


105 


50 


209 


2,884 


3,487 




4,000 


1,400 


1,015 


2,500 


5,222 




32 




175 


?,853 


13,197 


17,197 




4,150 


1,660 


370 


1,000 


1,090 






56 




420 


4,596 


8,746 






664 




100 


100 




728 


516 






2,088 


2,088 




8,697 


4,634 


270 


1,495 


2,699 




879 


440 


439 


1,227 


12,083 


20,780 




4,665 


1,696 


430 


1,574 


2,204 




383 


225 


286 


502 


7,300 


11,965 


975 


206,726 


81,664 


15,643 


43,727 


73,814 


1,457 


9,316 


2,995 


2,248 


19,981 


250,845 


517,546 


200 


184,199 


74,718 


15,714 


37,346 


60,010 


100 


8,530 


3,592 


1,874 


31,443 


233,327 


446,726 



-85- 





















[ 


TABLE 1 SPECIAL INFORMATION 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 25 


26 


27 


28 


29 30 


EASTERN 




„ 






3 i2 










state 

NORTH CAROLINA ^ 


1 
1 

E "5 


1 
i 


Cooperative Program goal as 
percent of undesignated receip 
Associational missions goal as 
percent of undesignated receio 

Total cost for heating, 
cooling, lighting, etc. 


i 

1 


■5 

if 

-g g 

;° 1 


ll 

11 ^ 
II S 

ll 
II 11 


III 

.til 

1 ^li 


YearEnding Sept. 30, 199 


if 

- i -s. 




CHURCHES 


^ 1 


ALBERTSON 






16 




5 959 


185,000 




N 




ALUM SPRINGS 








6 


3.8 614 


80,000 




n 


Y 


BEAR MARSH 


c 






3 


2 3,354 


175,000 


65,00C 


n 


Y 


BEULAH 






e 


7 


4 2,342 


125,000 




n 


Y 


BROWN 




1 


15 


3 


2 3,300 


250,000 




n 


Y 


CALVARY 


2 




26 


5 


2 2,427 


275,000 




N 


Y 


CALYPSO 


2 






3 


2 2,098 


341,865 





Y 


CENTER 






6 


2 


4 2,000 


150,000 





Y 


CLINTON, FIRST 


6 


7 


248 


a2 


2.2 34,343 


4,000,000 







Y 


CONCORD 






12 


10 


5 2,200 


175,000 


1,099 


n 


Y 


CORINTH 




1 


8 


11 


4.5 3,257 


636,000 




N 


Y 


DOBSON CHAPEL 






5 


9 


6 3,272 


360,000 




n 


Y 


EVERGREEN 




1 




3 


3 2,298 


565,000 




n 


Y 


FAISON 






18 


4 


4 2,576 


410,000 




n 


Y 


GARLAND 






25 


10 


5.5 2,726 


475,000 




N 


Y 


GARNERS CHAPEL 


2 




2 


3.5 


2 1,630 


200,000 







Y \ 


GROVE PARK 


3 


3 




10 


2 18,599 


1,160,000 


165,789 


n 


Y 


HICKORY GROVE 








4 


4 8,000 


40,000 







Y 


IMMANUEL 






40 


7.5 


3.5 8,309 


700,000 




n 


Y 


INGOLD 








7 


4 2,475 


175,000 


2,500 


n 


Y 


ISLAND CREEK 




1 


12 


2 


2 6,000 


270,000 




N 


Y 


JOHNSON 








8 


6 3,747 


561,600 




N 


Y 


KENANSVILLE 


2 


8 




5.5 


5 4,914 


280,260 




N 


Y 


MAGNOLIA 




1 


6 


10 


2.5 4,780 


475,000 




N 


Y 


MT. GILEAD 


1 


1 


20 


12 


4 4,825 


461,000 







Y 


MT. OLIVE, FIRST 


1 


7 


54 


10* 


4 29,866 


1,005,000 




GG 


Y 


MISSION BAUTISTA 






(6) 


10 


5 785 


(6,000) 




N 


^ 


MONTE OLIVO 




















MT. VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 




1 
1 


25 

10 

8 

8 


10 
5 
7 


6i 3,984 
3 1,900 
3 2,829 
1 3,280 


360,000 

200,000 

50,000 

527,000 




N 

GG 






Y 

Y 

Y 4 J 

Y 


POPLAR GROVE 




1 




7 


3 1,802 


200,000 




N 


Y 


POSTON 


1 


1 


85 


9 


4 6,308 


968,000 


3,120 


n 


Y 1 


ROSE HILL 








0.1fi 


2 


437,000 




N 


Y 


ROWAN 


1 






10 


4 6,864 


634,000 




n 


r 


SHARON 




1 


25 


10 


4 5,500 


480,000 




N 


i 


SHILOH 






40 


10 


4 4,112 


315,000 







f 


SI LOAM 






10 


3 


3 2,831 


210,000 




n 


Y 


TEACHEY 






21 


12 


3 4,690 


486,500 







Y 


TURKEY 


1 


1 


20 


10 


4 3,589 


411,174 




N \ 




UNION GROVE 


1 




23 




7 1,604 


150,000 




N ^ 




WARSAW 




2 


60 


5 


3 15,514 


1,704,255 




n V 




WELLS CHAPEL 








11 


4 4,222 


281,000 




Y 




TOTALS 


26 


39 


854 




230,719 


21,439,654 


237,504 




4 8! 


PREVIOUS YR. TOT. 


36 


38 


972 






19,502,592 


323,685 




8 



■86- 



1 33 


34 


35 


36 


1 37 


38 


pr 


40 


41 42 


43| 44|45|46J 47 | 48 | 49| 50 | 51 | 52 


I i 

- M 


1 


i 


f 


si 


^"§ 


1 
I 


f 
i 

E 


g II 

f ": 


Does church have, observe, plan, use, etc' 


i 
1 

,1 I 




-s 


-" 1 i 1 


No. new S 
' members 


S 


J 


Is 
^ -S 


11 

II 1 


^1 


i 


is 


_t-i g II ^ - 

li IE i I 


1 -i 


i 1 


^ o ^ fc 

M Z M s^ 

& 1 i i 

m 5 :S 2o 


2 


274 


287 




N 






18 


N 


N N 


N N 


Y Y 


N N N Y 


5 


749 


467 




N 


6 




62 


N 


N Y 


Y N 


N Y 


Y N N Y 




1,808 


630 




N 






75 


25 :d 


Y N 


N N 


Y N 


N Y Y Y 




288 


60 




N 


1 




23 


CD 


N N 


Y N 


N Y 


N Y N Y 


4 


572 


732 




N 


4 




45 


N 


N N 


Y N 


N N 


N N Y N 


5 


358 


179 




N 


28 




55 


25 N 


N N 


N N 


Y N 


N Y N N 


7 


470 


355 




N 




2 


50 


12 N 


N Y 


Y N 


Y N 


Y Y Y N 


6 


90 


25 




N 


3 




30 


N 


Y N 


N N 


Y N 


N N N N 


44 


11,972 


7,457 


15 


R 


205 




390 


110 N 


N Y 


N N 


Y N 


N Y Y Y 


7 


500 


300 




N 


2 




65 


:d 


N Y 


Y Y 


Y Y 


Y N N N 




1,717 


907 




N 






115 


25 N 


N Y 


N N 


N N 


N Y N N 


2 


510 


169 




N 


11 




61 


N 


N N 


N N 


Y N 


N Y N N 


3 


700 


645 




N 


2 






N 


N N 


Y N 


N N 


N Y Y Y 


28 


94 






N 






35 


N 


N N 


N N 


Y N 


N Y Y N 


14 


1,220 


500 




N 


5 




53 


24 N 


N N 


N N 


Y N 


N N Y Y 


7 


570 


250 




N 


10 




51 


N 


N Y 


Y N 


N Y 


N N N Y 


16 


2,779 


2,272 




R 




1 


180 


75 N 


N Y 


Y N 


Y N 


N Y Y N 


2 


700 


300 




N 


8 




80 


CD 


N N 


Y N 


Y Y 


N Y Y Y 


8 


6,787 


1,094 




N 


12 




106 


48 N 


N Y 


Y N 


Y N 


N Y Y N 




170 


114 




N 






45 


N 


N N 


N N 


Y N 


N Y N N 


5 


1,100 


700 




N 


5 




72 


31 N 


N N 


N N 


Y N 


N N N Y 


7 


750 


655 




N 


8 




65 


50 N 


Y Y 


N N 


N N 


Y Y Y Y 


32 


1,813 


1,628 




N 


28 




144 


N 


N Y 


N N 


Y N 


N Y N Y 


1 


849 


196 




N 






30 


12 B 


N Y 


N N 


Y N 


N N N N 


7 


2,482 


961 




N 


21 




125 


:d 


N Y 


N N 


Y N 


N Y Y N 


59 


5,399 


3,958 


4 


N 


46 




151 


19 N 


N Y 


N N 


Y N 


N Y Y N 


(43) 






(4) 


N 


(26) 




29 


13 N 


Y N 


N N 


n N 


N N N N 


19 
2 
4 

10 


1,525 
705 
145 
848. 


709 
87 

438, 




N 
N 
N 
N 


1 
46 

3 
17 




75 

25 
26 
7^ 


N 

N 

15 N 

N 


N Y 

N N 
Y N ^ 
N N r 


H N 
^ N 
{ N 

iJi 


Y N I 

N N [ 

N Y 1 

JiX J 


^ Y Y N 
^ N Y Y 

till 


7 


114 






N 


6i 




30 


N 


H N ] 


( N 


Y Y r 


^ N N" Y 


12 


2,068 


1,235 




N 


20 




150 


80 N 


Y Y ^ 


( N 


Y' N P 


J Y YI'Y 


2 


8,021 


4,787 




N 






132 


N 


N Y r 


\ N 


N N [ 


J N NY 


18 


1,500 


700 




N 


8 




120 


25 N 


N Y ^ 


f N 


Y N r 


J Y Y Y 


10 


1,245 


803 




N 


10^ 




125 


50 N 


Y Y ) 


' N 


Y N r 


J Y Y Y 


5 


636 


334 




N 


8 




110 


45 N 


H N \ 


' N 


Y N [^ 


J Y Y N 


5 


720 


404 




N 






42 


N 


N N I 


^ N 


Y Y f 


O N N 


1 


5,222 


2,500 




N 






52 


N 


N N f 


i N 


Y N ^ 


i' N Y Y 


6 


1,090 


1,000 




N 


18 




80 


20 B 


Y Y Y 


N 


Y N Y 


Y Y N 


3 


100 


100 




N 






89 


40 N 


N N N 


N 


N N N 


N N N 


22 


2,699 


1,495 




N 


10 




125 


:d 


N Y Y 


N 


Y N Y 


Y N Y 




1,819 


1,191 




N 


11 




88 


31 :d 


N Y Y 


Y 


Y N Y 


Y Y Y 


392 


73,128 


40,624 


19 




563 


1 : 


3,509 


775 










299 


57,974 


36,278 






570 


1 : 


3,328 


978 











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TiiK Association 

Living Our 
Legacy of 

Missions 



Eastern 
Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Sixty-fifth 
Annual Session 

1992 Annual 
North Carolina 



North Carolina 

Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Sixty-fifth 

Annual Session 

1827 - 1992 

FIRST DAY SECOND DAY 

October 26, 1992 October 27, 1992 

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH MT. GILEAD BAPTIST CHURCH 

(Union Grove Assisting) 

THEME: "Living Our Legacy of Missions" 
MODERATOR: Jimmy Johnson CLERK: Ottis King 

NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day - Siloam Baptist Church - October 25, 1993 

(Evergreen Assisting) 

Second Day - Turkey Baptist Church - October 26, 1993 

(Beulah and New Hope Assisting) 

ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF 



P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 
Location: 102 North Center Street 

Director of Missions - James H. Camp, 409 Pineview Road, Clinton, NC 
28328; O - (919) 293-7077, 1-800-593-7077; H - (919) 590-3592 

Interim Mission Ministries Director - Danny Johnson, P.O. Box 5252, 
Ingold, NC 28446; O - 1-800-593-7077; H - (919) 529-4181 

Secretary - Jo Neal Robinson, Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton, NC 28328 
O - 1-800-593-7077; H - (919) 592-3044 



Table of Contents 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 

Telephone: 1-800-593-7077 

Associational Directory 1 

1993 Budget and Anticipated Income 36 

Church Contributions to EBA 39 

Constitution and Bylaws 48 

Historical Tables (1827-1992) 57 

History of Mount Gilead Baptist Church 20 

History of Union Grove Baptist Church 21 

Map of Eastern Association Center of Book 

Messengers to Annual Session 11 

Our Beloved Dead 18 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 12 

Reports: 

Associational Executive Board 21 

Brotherhood 23 

Christian Social Ministries 35 

Church Extension Ministries Committee 33 

Church Music 25 

Committee on Committees 29 

Constitution and Bylaws 48 

Cooperative Program 28 

Deaf Ministries Committee 33 

Deaf Mission, Poston Baptist Church 34 

Discipleship Training 24 

Evangelism 27 

Hispanic Mission, First Baptist Church, Clinton 34 

Hispanic Mission, First Baptist Church, Mount Olive 34 

Interfaith Witness Ministries Committee 30 

L^ Literacy Ministries Committee 33 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee 32 

Missions Development Council 30 

Nominating Committee 9 

Properties Committee 26 

Resolutions Committee 17 

Resort/Leisure Ministries Committee 32 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Committee 31 

Seminary Extension 28 

Senior Adult Ministries Committee 31 

Sunday School 25 

Vacation Bible School 26 

Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Committee 35 

Woman's Missionary Union 22 

Woman's Missionary Union 83rd Annual Session Minutes 22 

Rules of Order 48 

Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Baptist Association 48 

Statistical Tables 63 

Time, Place and Preacher Committee (See Proceedings) 12 

Treasurer's Report (as of September 30, 1992) 45 



Associational Directory 

(All area codes are 919 unless otherwise noted) 

Ministers 

Albertson Jimmy Johnson, 515 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; 285-4206 

Alum Springs Shelton Justice, Rt. 1 Box 38-A2, Warsaw 28398; 293-7524 

Bear Marsh Rt. 2 Box 52, Mount Olive 28365; 658-6133 

Beulah Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 592-3441 

Brown Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 564-6060, 

(H) 592-7156 

Calvary Graham Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; 293-7458 

Calypso Greg Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

Center Albert Pope, Rt. 1 Box 239, Warsaw 28398; (C) 532-2118, 

(H) 289-2755 
Clinton, First Al Miller, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 592-8124, 

(H) 592-4600 

Jean Hatch, Min. of Music, 309 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; (H) 592-6215 

Concord Dan Sellers, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; (C) 289-3718, 

(H) 285-2431 

Corinth .Larry W. King, Rt. 1 Box 329, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3928 

Dobson Chapel Randy Cowan, Rt. 1 Box 118-B, Magnolia 28453; 

(C) 296-1473, (H) 296-0840 

Evergreen Rt. 1 Box 121, Rose Hill 28458; (C) 532-4757, (H) 532-2822 

Faison Paul Rose, Rt. 1 Box 355, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 267-5301, 

(H) 658-4600 
Garland Chad Sparks, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (C) 529-5201 

(H) 529-2531 

Garner's Chapel Tyanna Y. Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

Grove Park Michael Shook, 605 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; 

(C) 592-3937, (H) 592-3513 

Stan Benton, Min. of Music, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 592-7680 

Tena Johnson, Min. of Educa., P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446 

Hickory Grove Johnny Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328; 

(C) 564-2591, (H) 564-2495 
Immanuel Allen Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; (C) 592-3854, 

(H) 592-3360 

Ingold Danny Johnson, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446; 529-4181 

Island Creek Millard Bounds, Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2606 

Johnson John J. Hicks, Rt. 2 Box 71, Warsaw 28398; (C) 293-4757, 

(H) 293-4980 
Kenansville . . .D. Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349; (C) 296-1137, 

(H) 296-0723 

Magnolia P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453; (C) 289-2217, (H) 289-3378 

Mount Gilead Lynn Bullock, Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 592-6533 

Mount Olive, First Anthony Gurganus, Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; 

(C) 658-2062, (H) 658-2351 



Mount Vernon E.G. Mattocks, Rt. 5 Box 50, Clinton 28328; (C) 533-3164, 

(H) 533-2251 

New Hope Rt. 1 Box 286, Turkey 28393; (C) 533-3372 

Peace Pat Wood, Rt. 1 Box 423-F, Faison 28341; (C) 658-8004, 

(H) 533-3143 
Piney Grove Farrell Miller, Rt. 2 Box 122-A, Faison 28341; (G) 564-6061, 

(H) 564-4848 
Poplar Grove Ray Smith, Rt. 1 Box 77-H, Faison 28341; (G) 267-7191, 

(H) 267-1296 

Poston Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466; (G) 285-2439, (H) 285-2476 

Todd Horton, Min. of Youth, Assoc. Pastor, Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466; 

285-2439 

Poston Deaf Mission Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466; 285-2476 

Rose Hill Davis Benton, P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; (G) 289-2250, 

(H) 289-3882 

Rowan 202 Reedsford Rd., Glinton 28328; (G) 592-7508, (H) 592-7268 

Sharon Goleman Thomas, Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (G) 285-4391, 

(H) 285-3062 
Shiloh Norman Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521; (G) 285-2636, 

(H) 285-7403 
Siloam Tim Register, Rt. 1 Box 19, Harrells 28444; (G) 532-4077, 

(H) 532-4444 

Teachey . Dale Myers, P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; 285-2788 

Turkey Mack Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; (G) 592-2056, 

(H) 592-2056 

Union Grove Charles Moore, Rt. 4 Box 307, Glinton 28328; 592-7000 

Warsaw James E. Drake, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; (G) 293-4236, 

(H) 293-7479 
Garry Stuart, Min. of Music & Youth, 107 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398; 

293-3059 
Wells Chapel Ottis L. King, Rt. 1 Box 123-H, Wallace 28466; (G) 532-4210, 

(H) 532-4528 

White Oak Rt. 6, Glinton 28328; (G) 564-2343 

Hispanic Mission, C- . . .Israel Tapia, First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 837, Glinton 

28328; (G) 592-8124, (H) 590-2868 
Mision Monte Olivo Vicente Rangel, Rt. 1 Box 344, Mount Olive 28365; 

(H) 658-0226 

First Baptist Church - M.O. 28365 

Poston Deaf Mission Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466; (G) 285-2439, 

(H) 285-2476 

Other Ordained Ministers 

Galvary Homer T. Baumgardner (OM), Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 293-7072 

Glinton. FBG Millard M. Johnson (OM) (R), P.O. Box 1093, Clinton 28328; 

592-2296 

Jim Gamp (OM), 409 Pineview Rd., Glinton 28328; 590-3592 

Evergreen Jasper Hinson (OM), Rt. 7 Box 98, Glinton 28328; 592-2088 



Grove Park James Parson (OM), 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 

592-1670 
Eddie Wetherington (OM), Rt. 5 Box 29A, Clinton 28328; 592-2898 

Island Creek Harvey Blanton (OM), Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2639 

Mount Olive, FBC Gerald Garris (OM), RFD 3 Box 314, Dudley 28333; 

736-1825 

Warsaw Mitchell Rivenbark (OM), 509 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; 293-7496 

John A. Johnson (OM), 108 E. Plank St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4958 

Executive Board Representatives 

Albertson Weldon Rouse, Rt. 1 Box 2, Albertson 28508; 568-3289 

Nathan Kelly, Box 184, Albertson 28508; 658-3463 

Alum Springs . .Larry W. Harper, Rt. 2 Box 281, Mount Olive 28365; 658-3614 

Eugene Outlaw, Rt. 1 Box 137, Mount Olive 28365; 658-3458 

Bear Marsh Samuel Pipkin, Rt. 5, Mount Olive 28365; 658-2842 

Elbert Davis, Rt. 2, Mount Olive 28365; 658-2842 

Beulah A.B. Carter, Rt. 1 Box 48A, Turkey 28393; 592-3148 

Milton Massey, Rt. 1 Box 22A, Turkey 28393; 592-6530 

Brown Curtis W. Pope, Rt. 6 Box 504, Clinton 28328; 592-5209 

Jimmy A. Carr, Rt. 3 Box 97, Clinton 28328; 564-6584 

Calvary R.T. Southerland, Rt. 2 Box 5, Warsaw 28398; 293-4690 

John Casteen, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398; 293-4233 

Calypso John Koszulinski, Rt. 5, Mount Olive 28365; 658-5223 

Lucille Koszulinski, Rt. 5, Mount Olive 28365; 658-5223 

Center Joyce Hudson, Rt. 1, Harrells 28444; 532-4566 

Clinton, FBC Dr. & Mrs. J. Cooper Howard, 403 Coharie Dr., Clinton 

28328; 592-3388 

Concord Steve Boone, Rt. 1 Box 82, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3434 

Francis Usher, Rt. 1 Box 86, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2681 
Ervin Parker (Alt.), Rt. 1 Box 63, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2983 

Corinth Sam Boone, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2436 

Mildred Boone, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2436 

Dobson Chapel James P. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 153, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3463 

Russell Brown, Rt. 2 Box 166A, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2228 

Evergreen Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 532-2271 

Dennis Davis, Rt. 1 Box llOA, Rose Hill 28458; 532-2101 

Faison Marion & Iris Brogden, Poplar St., Faison 28341; 267-3241 

Garland Gene Hart, Box 187, Garland 28441; 529-4311 

Frank Morris, Box 191, Garland 28441; 529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Albert Britt, Rt. 1, Mount Olive 28365; 658-3316 

Jeff Lindsey, Rt. 2, Mount Olive 28365; 658-6956 

Grove Park Eddie & Muriel Wetherington, Rt. 5 Box 29A, Clinton 28328; 

592-2898 

Hickory Grove Larry Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 144, Clinton 28328; 564-4593 

Gerald Strickland, Rt. 3 Box 331-B, Clinton 28328; 564-6717 

Immanuel Billy Ellis, Rt. 1 Box 20G, Clinton 28328; 592-7444 

John M. Owens, 205 Shields St., Clinton 28328; 592-2511 
Ingold Bobby H. Lamb, Rt. 1 Box 319, Garland 28441; 529-5961 

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Perry E. Pope, Rt. 4 Box 92, Clinton 28328; 592-4838 

Island Creek Harvey Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2639 

Eugene Rouse, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3445 

Johnson Dennis Kirby, P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349; 296-0031 

Violette Phillips, P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349; 296-1038 

Kenansville Amos Brinson, Box 8, Kenansville 28349; 296-1519 

James King, Box 537, Kenansville 28349; 296-1421 

Magnolia Earl Baker, P.O. Box 7, Magnolia 28453; 289-2223 

Mount Gilead Bryon Bass, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 592-1666 

Johnny Thompson, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 592-3475 

Mount Olive, FBC Albert Landin, 310 W. College St., Mount Olive 28365; 

658-9803 
J. A. Jones, 407 W. Station St., Mount Olive 28365; 658-3152 

Mount Vernon . Joyce Hairr, Rt. 5 Box 63, Clinton 28328; 533-3913 

Delores Quinn, Rt. 2 Box 409-A, Clinton 28328; 533-3480 

New Hope Raymond Blanchard, Jr., Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 533-3586 

Robert Frederick, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 533-3639 

Peace Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 658-8073 

James Baker, Lot 7, Greenwood Terr., Mount Olive 28365; 658-4984 

Piney Grove Blanche Casey, Rt. 5, Clinton 28328; 533-3324 

Irene Darden, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 564-6082 

Poplar Grove Wilbert Massey, Rt. 2 Box 175A, Faison 28341; 533-3721 

Garland Britt, Rt. 2, Faison 28341 

Poston Aileen Moore, Rt. 3 Box 65, Wallace 28466; 285-3436 

Margaret Stafford, Rt. 3 Box 224, Wallace 28466; 285-4739 

Rose Hill Clarence Brown, P.O. Box 320, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2339 

Jeanette Benton, P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3882 

Rowan Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328; 592-3437 

Judith P. Hairr, Rt. 2 Box 84A, Clinton 28328; 592-6973 

Sharon Troy Rhodes, Rt. 2 Box 172, Wallace 28466; 285-5254 

Margaret Huffman, Chinquapin 28521; 285-3585 
T.G. Huffman (Alt.), Chinquapin 28521; 285-3585 

Shiloh P. A. Maready, Rt. 2 Box 126, Wallace 28466; 285-4316 

Wilton Aycock, Rt. 1, Chinquapin 28521; 285-3833 

Siloam R.O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 532-4211 

C.P. Eakins, P.O. Box 7, Harrells 28444; 532-4497 

Teachey Leland McGill, Box 123, Wallace 28466; 285-2360 

A.C. Kenan, Rt. 3 Box 293, Wallace 28466; 285-3291 

Turkey O.R. Phipps, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 533-3176 

H.J. Register, Rt. 1 Box 401-B, Turkey 28393; 533-3845 

Union Grove . . . . Raeford Carter, Jr., Rt. 4 Box 349A, Clinton 28328; 592-7222 

Glenwood Fryar, Rt. 4 Box 357A, Clinton 28328; 592-8274 

Warsaw James F. Strickland, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; 293-4289 

John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4958 

Wells Oiapel Harry Hoover, Rt. 1 Box 17, Harrells 28444; 532-4336 

Percy Carter, Rt. 1 Box 213A, Willard 28478; 532-4997 

White Oak Mary Alice Boney, Rt. 6 Box 224, Clinton 28328; 592-4504 

Sharon Boone, Rt. 6 Box 212, Clinton 28328; 564-2208 



General Associational Officers 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 

Telephone 1-800-593-7077 

Director of Missions James H. Camp, P.O. Box 712, Warsaw 28398; 

1-800-593-7077 

Moderator James Johnson, 515 Boney St., Wallace 28466; 285-4206 

Vice-Moderator Louis M. Pate, Jr., 102 Meredith St., Mount Olive 28365; 

658-6170 

Clerk Ottis L. King, Rt. 1 Box 123-H, Wallace 28466; 532-4528 

Associate Clerk Farrell Miller, Rt. 2 Box 122-A, Faison 28341; 564-4848 

Treasurer Gary L. Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; 592-7253 

Associate Treasurer Jo Robinson, Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; 592-3044 

Trustees 

E.G. Murray, Jr. (1993) P.O. Box 636, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2569 

Ralph Robinson (1994) Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; 592-3044 

Charlie McCullen (1995) P.O. Box 221, Clinton 28328; (W) 592-5191, 

(H) 564-4166 

Denominational Representatives 

Baptist Children's Homes John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank St., Warsaw 

28398; 293-4958 

Baptist Retirement Homes Millard M. Johnson, P.O. Box 1093, Clinton 

28328; 592-2296 

Christian Higher Education Davis Benton, P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; 

289-3882 

Cooperative Program Albert Pope, Rt. 1 Box 239, Warsaw 28398; 293-4236 

Annuity Board . . .Eddie Wetherington, Rt. 5 Box 29A, Clinton 28328; 592-2898 

Baptist Foundation Tyanna Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

Baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn, Wards Bridge Rd., Warsaw 28398; 293-4579 

Biblical Recorder . . . .Millard Bounds, Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2606 

Church Program Officers 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director Johnny Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; (H) 289-4887, (W) 289-3111 

Assistant Director 

Baptist Men Johnny Matthis, Rt. 4, Clinton 28328; (H) 592-8898 

RA Director John Brown, Rt. 6, Clinton 28328; (H) 592-7833 

Missions Activity 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director Tena Johnson, Box 5252, Ingold 28466; (H) 529-4181, 

(C) 592-3937 



VBS Director Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 532-2271 

Adult Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 592-3441 

Youth 

Children: (Older) . . .Becky Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349; 296-0723 

(Middle) - Kathy Quinn, P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349; 296-0420 

(Younger) - Shannon Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 592-3937 

Preschool: (Older) Kathy Wrenn, 207 Dogwood Dr., Warsaw 28398; 

293-3983 

(Middle) - Marty Fife, P.O. Box 480, Kenansville 28349; 296-1551 

(Younger) - Sylvia Vestal, P.O. Box 85, Kenansville 28349; 296-0603 

Outreach Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview, Clinton 28328; 590-3592 

DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 

Director Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349; (H) 296-0723, 

(C) 296-1137 

Adult Randy Cowan, Rt. 6 Box 118-B, Magnolia 28453; (H) 296-0840, 

(C) 296-1473 

Youth Ann Thigpen, 108 Shield St., Clinton 28328; (H) 592-5768, 

(C) 592-4153 

Children/Preschool Jo Robinson, Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; 592-3044 

Deacon Ministry Randy Cowan, Rt. 6 Box 118-B, Magnolia 28453; 

(H) 296-0840, (C) 296-1473 
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

Director Louise Todd, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453; 532-4769 

Assistant Director Joanne Overton, P.O. Box 52, Clinton 28328; 592-3360 

Enlistment Connie Carlton, Rt. 1 Box 257, Warsaw 28398; 293-7106 

Secretary Gloria Lockerman, 304 Dudley Rd., Clinton 28328; 592-6356 

Baptist Women Director Janie Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; 

285-3062 

Assistant BW Director Barbara Shook, 605 NE Blvd., Clinton 28328; 

592-3513 

BYW Director . .Daisy Chestnutt, Rt. 1 Box 299, Magnolia 28453; 532-4632 

Assistant BYW Director . . . . Cyndie Falatovich, 410 Beaver Dam, Clinton 28328; 

592-8643 

Acteen Director . . Jenell Edmundson, Rt. 2, Warsaw 28398; 293-3152 

Assistant Acteen Director Regina Kilpatrick, Kenansville 28349; 296-0619 

GA Director Betty Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; 293-7458 

Assistant GA Director Donna Ellis, 115 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 

592-7627 
Mission Friends Director . . . . Cinda Bass, Rt. 2 Box 99, Clinton 28328; 592-3326 

Assistant MF Director Angie Bas, Rt. 2 Box 110 BB, Clinton 28328; 

592-6085 

Mission Action Director Peggy Cottle, Rt. 4 Box 122-B, Clinton 28328; 

592-6085 

Assistant MA Director Edith Gurganus, 301 N. Chestnut St., Mount Olive 

28365; 658-2351 
Area Directors: 

Clinton Inez Peterson, Rt. 7 Box 58, Clinton 28328; 592-4537 

Garland/Star Betty Sanderson, Box 110, Harrells 28444; 532-4211 

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Faison/Warsaw . . .Marean Jones, Rt. 1 Box 265, Warsaw 28398; 293-7925 

Mount Olive Virginia Mines, P.O. Box 86, Calypso 28325; 285-3917 

Wallace/Rose Hill Betty Butts, 103 E. Cavenaugh St., Wallace 28466; 

285-3917 

CHURCH MUSIC 

Director Jean Hatch, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 592-8124 

Assistants Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 592-3262 

Garry Stewart, 107 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398; 293-7496, (C) 293-4236 

Associational Missions Development Program 

Danny Johnson, Interim Mission Ministries Director 

Telephone (O) 1-800-593-7077, (H) (919) 529-4181 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 

Home Address: P.O. Box 5252, Ingold, North Carolina 28446 

Associational Missions Development Program 

Danny Johnson, Interim Mission Ministries Director 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

Director Lucille Yancey, P.O. Box 711, Clinton 28328; 592-1961 

Brotherhood Representative Johnny Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 

289-4887 

WMU Representative Peggy Cottle, Rt. 4 Box 122-B, Clinton 28328; 

(H) 592-6085 

Sunday School Representative Tena Johnson, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446; 

(C) 592-3937, (H) 529-3360 
Volunteer Chaplain Norman Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521; 

285-7403 

Deaf Ministries Mary Boney, Rt. 3 Box 72, Wallace 28466; 285-2932 

Seasonal Farmwork Wayne Wilson, Rt. 5 Box 141-H, Clinton 28328; 

533-3364 

Literacy Ministries Florence Hoover, Rt. 2 Box 17, Harrells 28444; 532-4336 

Mentally Handicapped Pat Brown, Rt. 7 Box 64, Clinton 28328; 592-3457 

Senior Adult Eunice Newkirk, Rt. 1 Box 205, Willard 28478; 532-4229 

Interfaith Witness Randy Cowan, Rt. 1 Box 118-B, Magnolia 28453; 

(C) 296-1473 

Social Ministries Danny Johnson, P.O. box 5252, Ingold 28446; 529-4181 

Church Extension Greg Day, P.O. Box 248, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

Resort/Leisure Eddie King, Rt. 1 Box 214-A, Willard 28478; (W) 592-8996 

VOLUNTEER CHAPLAIN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Norman Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521; 285-7403 

Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 592-3441 

DEAF MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Mary Boney, Rt. 3 Box 72, Wallace 28466; 285-2932 

Ben Hilliard, E. Center St., Rose Hill 28458; 289-3203 



Alma Stoddart, 4 Washington Cir., Wallace 28466; 285-8409 
SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairnrian Wayne Wilson, Rt. 5 Box 141-H, Clinton 28328; 533-3364 

Betty Butts, 103 E. Cavanaugh, Wallace 28466; 285-3917 

Jim Drake, 202 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 293-4236 

Shirley Best, Rt. 1 Box 345, Mount Olive 28365; 658-3327 

Tommy Dent, Rt. 1 Box 272-C, Warsaw 28398; 289-4182 

LITERACY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Florence Hoover, Rt. 2 Box 17, Harrells 2844; 532-4336 

Peggy Grice, 309 E. Pollock St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4236 
Evelyn Tew, Rt. 5 Box 70, Clinton 28328; 533-3290 
MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Pat Brown, Rt. 7 Box 64, Clinton 28328; 592-3457 

Carol Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 532 2271 
Michelle Reynolds, 103 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 592-6767 
SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Eunice Newkirk, Rt. 1 Box 205, Willard 28478; 532-4229 

Arlene Rhodes, Rt. 2 Box 172, Wallace 28446; 285-5254 
Lois Colwell, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 533-3372 
INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRY COMMITTEE 

Chairman Randy Cowan, Rt. 1 Box 118-B, Magnolia 28453; (H) 296-0840 

Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349; (C) 296-1137, (H) 296-0723 
Pat Wood, Rt. 1 Box 423-F, Faison 28341; 533-3143 
CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

Chairman Danny Johnson, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446; 

(W) 1-800-593-7077 
Kay Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521; 285-7403 
Betty Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 293-7458 
CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Greg Day, P.O. Box 248, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

Paul Rose, Rt. 1 Box 355, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 267-5301 
Vicente and Lollie Rangel, Rt. 4 Box 344, Mount Olive 28365; 658-0226 
RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman Eddie King, Rt. 1 Box 214-A, Willard 28478; 592-8996 

Paula Matthis, Rt. 4 Box 347-B, Clinton 28328; 592-5802 
SAMPSON CRISIS CENTER 

(Interdominational) 102 Sampson St., Clinton 28328; 592-3599 

Director Connie Barefoot, 102 Sampson St., Clinton 28328; 592-3599 

CHRISTIAN CARING CENTER Main St., Rose Hill 28458 

Chairman Margaret Stafford, Rt. 3 Box 224, Wallace 28466; 285-4739 

MOUNT OLIVE AREA CHURCHES IN ACTION (ACIA) THRIFT SHOP 

(Interdominational) .217 Station St., Mount Olive 28365 

Contact Person Mary Louise Redmon, 406 W. Main, Mount Olive 28365; 

(H) 658-3894 



Committees 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES: 

Davis Benton, Chairman P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3882 

E.C. Mattocks Rt. 5 Box 50, Clinton 28328; 533-2251 

John A. Johnson 108 E. Plank St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4958 

Frank Morris .Box 191, Garland 28441; 529-9161 

Jerry Todd P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 532-2271 

Charles Moore Rt. 4 Box 307, Clinton 28328; 592-7000 

CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS: 

Michael Shook 605 N.E. Blvd., Clinton 28328; 592-3937 

Violette Phillips P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349; 296-1038 

Dona Cowan Rt. 1 Box 118B, Magnolia 28453; 296-0840 

Lucille Yancey P.O. Box 711, Clinton 28328; 592-3080 

Ted Lockerman 304 Dudley Rd., Clinton 28328; 592-6356 

Aubrey Quakenbush 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 592-4712 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 

Lynn Bullock, Chairman (1994) Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 592-3854 

Price Knowles (1993) 115 E. Main St., Rose Hill 28458; 289-3741 

(1993) 

Roger Wells (1995) Rt. 4 Box 357D, Clinton 28328; 592-4213 

Billy Chestnutt (1995) .Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453; 532-4632 

E.C. Mattocks (1994) Rt. 5 Box 50, Clinton 28328; 533-2251 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: 

Frank Turner (1995) 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; 592-7156 

Mary Hester Powell, Chairman (1993) 606 N. Pine St., Warsaw 28398; 

293-4951 
Frances Andrews (1994) 510 W. James St., Mount Olive 28365; 658-2674 

MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE: 

Joyce Camp (1995) 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 590-3592 

Cecilia Mattocks (1995) . .Rt. 5 Box 50, Clinton 28328; 533-2251 

Joyce Collins (1993) Rt. 4 Box 123-A, Clinton 28328; 592-4012 

Dale Myers (1993) P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; 285-2788 

Faye Sellers (1994) 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; 285-2431 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE: ' ' 

Paul Rose (1995) Rt. 1 Box 355, Mount OLive 28365; 658-4600 

Jo Neal Robinson (1995) Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; 592-3044 

Millard Bounds (1993) Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2606 

Allen Overton (1993) P.O. Box 52, Clinton 28328; 592-3854 

Helen Register (1994) Rt. 1 Box 401-B, Turkey 28393; 533-3845 

Tony Gurganus, Chairman (1994) P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; 

658-2062 



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MINISTERS' ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: 

Johnny Armstrong (1995) Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328; 564-2495 

Ottis King (1993) Rt. 1 Box 123-H, Wallace 28466; 532-4528 

Norman Wheeler, Chairman (1994) Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521; 

285-7403 
PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: 
Gerald Quinn, Chairman (1995) . . .Wards Bridge Rd., Warsaw 28398- 293-4579 

Willie Hobbs (1993) 402 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328^ 592-5489 

Charles Jackson (1994) 603 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 592-5307 

STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: 

Al Miller, Chairman (1994) P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 592-8124 

Gary Rouse (EBA Treasurer) 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; 592-7253 

Willard Fussell (1993) Box 1, Teachey 28464; 285-3180 

Ronnie Warren (1993) 202 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328- 592-2413 

Richard Moretz (1993) 202 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; 592-7268 

Jim Drake (1994) 202 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4236 

Gene Hart (1994) P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; 529-4311 

James Ezzell (1995) Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453; 532-4101 

Elwyn Murray (1995) 126 E. Church St., Rose Hill 28458; 289-2569 

Greg Day (1995) P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE: 

Coleman Thomas, Chairman (1993) Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; 285-3062 

Greg Day (1994) P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

Davis Benton (1995) Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2250 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE: 

Gene Lakey, Chairman (1994) P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349; 296-1137 

Lynn Bullock (1993) Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 592-6533 

Rifton Raynor (1993) Rt. 2 Box 240, Wallace 28466; 285-3808 

Elbert Davis (1994) Rt. 2, Mount Olive 28365; 658-2842 

Larry King (1995) Rt. 1 Box 329, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3928 

Charles Moore (1995) Rt. 4 Box 307, Clinton 28328; 592-7000 

CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE: 

Mack Musselwhite (1993) P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; 592-5562 

W.S. Wells (1994) Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2691 

(1995) ; 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

Johnny Hicks, Chairman (1993) Rt. 2 Box 71, Warsaw 28398; 293-4980 

Shelton Justice (1994) Rt. 1 Box 38A-2, Warsaw 28398; 293-7524 

(1995) 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 

Tyanna Day, Chairman (1994) P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 658-5223 

Billy Todd (1995) Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 592-3441 

(1993) 



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Messengers 

ALBERTSON: Nancy Britt, Jimmy Johnson 

ALUM SPRINGS: Shelton Justice 

BEAR MARSH: Ethel Pridgen, Laurel Stroud, Darrin Wade, Trudy Wade 

BEULAH: Lonnie G. Carter 

BROWN: Steve Hulen, Curtis Page, Frank Turner 

CALVARY: Robert Southerland, Betty Elmore 

CALYPSO: Greg Day 

CENTER: J. Albert Pope, Ruth Pope 

CLINTON, FIRST: Jim Camp, Evelyn Fussell, Jean Hatch, Roland Heath, J. Cooper 
Howard, Lina Howard, Jeannie Jackson, Millard M. Johnson, Edith Lee, Alfred 
Miller, Everett L. Peterson, Inez Peterson, Mark Thomas, Blanche Warren 

CONCORD: Sandra Bell, Betty Usher 

CORINTH: Inez Baker, Betty P. Butts, Larry King, J.C. Savage, Lillie Mae Savage 

DOBSON CHAPEL: Julia Brock, Betty S. Brown, Randy Cowan, Kate Kilpatrick, 
Eugene Nethercutt, Ruby Rouse, Jamie Bland, Mildred Register 

EVERGREEN: David Simmons, Gloria W. Simmons, Jerry Todd, Louise Todd, Jasper 
Hinson 

FAISON: Iris Brogden, Marion Brogden, Paul Rose, Stella Sutton, Betty Rose 

GARLAND: Mary S. Carter, Woodrow Jarvis, Alberta Vinson 

GARNERS CHAPEL: Randall Albertson, Albert O. Britt, Tyanna Day 

GROVE PARK: Annie Laura Hobbs, Alma Parson, James Parson, Alene Powell, 
Michael Shook, Eddie Wetherington, Muriel Wetherington 

HICKORY GROVE: Johnny E. Armstrong, Joyce Warren 

IMMANUEL: Jettie Caddis, M.E. Caddis, Shelby J. Dodson, Lexie Lewis, Allen Over- 
ton, Joanne Overton, Joe Tart 

INGOLD: Danny Johnson 

ISLAND CREEK: Millard Bounds, Doris Brown, Mildred Pigford, Dollie Mae Souther- 
land, Juanita Whaley 

JOHNSON: Connie J. Hicks, John Hicks, Katie Mae Kirby 

KENANSVILLE: Macy Brinson, Gene Lakey, John T. Matthis, Mildred Matthis, Mar- 
garet Oakley, Rose A. Swain 

MAGNOLIA: Alma Martino, Inez Rouse, Carlton Smith, Jeanette Smith 

MT. GILEAD: Herbert Ballance, Johnnie J. Bass, Lynn Bullock, Gertrude Powell, 
Margaret J. Burke, Pauline Wiggins 

MT. OLIVE, FIRST: Sadie P. Brock, Erma Goodson, Kenneth Goodson, Anthony 
Gurganus, Edith Gurganus, Russell Kelly, Norwood M. Kornegay, Mrs. Norwood 
M. Kornegay, Eunice Landin 

MT. VERNON: Jimmy Gainey, Nancy Gainey, Gladys Martin, E.G. Mattocks 

NEW HOPE: R.W. Blanchard, Jr., Lillian Johnson, Thelma F. Ware 

PEACE: James Baker 

PINEY GROVE: Mildred Anders, Blanche Casey, Carol Miller, Farrell Miller 

POSTON: Felton Baker, Louise Baker, Billy Blakley, Mary Boney, Aileen Moore 

ROSE HILL: Davis Benton, Jeanette Benton, A.R. Teachey, Mildred Teachey Mary 
Evelyn Wells, Ruby Wells, William Wells 

ROWAN: Donald Pope, Ralph E. Robinson, L.E. Tart, Lucille Yancey 

SHARON: Doris Hatcher, Coleman Thomas, Janie Thomas 



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SHILOH: Wilton Aycock, Flonnie Hunter, Mary Lee Raynor, Kay Wheeler, Norman 

Wheeler 
SILOAM: Mildred Garris, Louise Maynard, Tim Register, Betty M. Sanderson, Robert 

O. Sanderson, Lizzie Mae Johnson 
TEACHEY: Elwood Fussell, Mrs. Elwood Fussell, Dale Myers 
TURKEY: Minnie Andrews, Evelyn Chestnutt, Lois McGee, Mack Musselwhite 
UNION GROVE: Elsie Alphin, Rodella Batts, Peggy Fryar, Ruby Fryar, Katie Hope, 

Charles Moore, Sallie Moore 
WARSAW: Jim Drake, Helen B. Johnson, John A. Johnson, Gerald Quinn, Rita 

S. Quinn, Mary Hester Powell 
WELLS CHAPEL: Bland Carr, Ruth Carr, Alma Highsmith, Florence Hoover, Ottis 

L. King, Eunice Newkirk 
WHITE OAK: Mary Alice Boney, Aubrey Quakenbush, Sallie Quakenbush 



Proceedings 

164th Annual Session 

of 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

LIVING OUR LEGACY IN MISSIONS via DENOMINATIONAL SUPPORT 
FIRST DAY - October 26, 1992 - AFTERNOON SESSION 

1. Registration 

2. Musical prelude by Jean Hatch 

3. Moderator, Jimmy Johnson, called the Association to order. 

4. Tony Gurganus led Messengers and Visitors in singing "All Hail the Power of 
Jesus' Name." 

5. Tyanna Day read the Scripture from Philippians 4:10-20 and led in prayer. 

6. Farrell Miller, Associate Clerk, gave the Registration Report: From 37 churches 
we have 135 Messengers, eight Alternates, and 11 Visitors. "I move that these present 
constitute a quorum and we proceed with the business." The motion was seconded 
and approved. 

7. Coleman Thomas moved the adoption of the Program with any changes 
according to the wishes of the body. The Motion was seconded and approved. 

8. Tony Gurganus, on behalf of the Nominating Committee, placed in nomination 
the names of Ottis King, Clerk, and Farrell Miller, Associate Clerk. The motion was 
seconded and carried. 



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9. The Moderator made the following committee appointments: 
TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER: 

Randy Cowan, Ch., Jim Drake and Johnny Hicks 
RESOLUTIONS: 

Lynn Bullock, Ch., Charles Moore and Mike Shook , 

MEMORIALS: 

Albert Pope, Ch., Millard Bounds and Davis Benton 

10. Gary Rouse gave the Treasurer's Report highlighting several items. He moved 
adoption of the report which was seconded and approved. 

11. Ottis King presented the Report from the Executive Board, and moved its adop- 
tion. The motion was seconded and approved. 

12. There was no Miscellaneous Business presented from the floor. 

13. Al Miller presented as information, the Proposed Budget. 

14. Michael Shook presented as information, the Constitution and Bylaws Committee 
Report. 

15. Messengers and Visitors sang "Blessed Assurance, Jesus is Mine." 

16. Social Service Institutions Reports: 

A. Baptist Retirement Homes - Millard Johnson 

B. Baptist Hospital - Gerald Quinn 

C. Baptist Children's Homes 

Afton Quinn spoke concerning Baptist Children's Homes' impact made upon people's 
lives. 

17. Anthony Gurganus, host pastor, greeted Messengers and Visitors with pertinent 
matters of information. 

18. There was a brief recess of fellowship. 

19. Norman Wheeler recognized new Pastors and Staff with families who have entered 
the Association since the last Annual Session: 

Mike Shook, Pastor, Grove Park 
Larry King, Pastor, Corinth 
Mark Thomas, Staff, Clinton, First 
Tyanna Day, Pastor, Garners Chapel 

20. The Body sang "We are Called to be God's People." 

21. Agency Reports: 

A. Biblical Recorder/Christian Literature - Millard Bounds 

B. Annuity Board - Eddie Wetherington 

C. Christian Higher Education 

D. Baptist Foundation 

E. Cooperative Program - Ken Batts spoke on behalf of the Cooperative 
Program and its impact and importance for Baptists. 

Each report was followed by a motion to adopt, second and approval. 

22. The Hymn "Great is Thy Faithfulness" was sung. 

23. Scripture was read from Hebrews 13:1-9 by Ottis King. 

24. Norman Wheeler preached the Annual Sermon on "We live in a Changing 
World." 

There is a world of change on the political scene. Many unexpected changes have 
occurred within our lifetimes. We react to change by resistance or adaptation. 

Some change results in disaster, success, or failure. Change is a part of our life. Some 
things never change: God, Human Nature, the Mission of the Church. 

We should thank God for that which does not change. 

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25. The host pastor gave instructions for the evening meal. 

26. Michael Shook dismissed in prayer with Table Grace for the meal which was 
enjoyed by all. 

27. Prior to the Evening Session, Steele Sasser presented a musical prelude. 

28. The Moderator, Jimmy Johnson, called the Association to Order. 

29. Jean Hatch led the congregation in singing "Churches in Association." 

30. Larry King read the Scripture from Matthew 28:18-19 and Acts 1:8 and led 
in prayer. 

31. The Moderator recognized Paul Rose, Pastor, Faison. 

32. The congregation sang "Rescue the Perishing." 

33. Jimmy Johnson presented the Moderator's Address. 

The Association is what the churches make it. The dignity with which we elect mes- 
sengers makes it what it is. Planning affects the outcome and work of the Association. 
What we do in our churches will determine our legacy in the Association. 

All churches need to support our Association and Baptist State Convention. Service 
of persons make the Association strong. Christ loved the Church. If we are His we 
must love the church and Association. The churches are the Association. What kind 
of signals do we send out about the Association and the work of Christ? Let us work 
to make the Association what it ought to be. 

34. The Chancel Choir, Mt. Olive, First, presented special music, "O How He wants 
to Come In." 

35. Lucille Yancey and Danny Johnson presented the Missions Development Report 
and moved its adoption. It was seconded and approved. 

36. Greg Day presented EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HERITAGE, PAST, 
PRESENT, AND FUTURE as he led us through historical moments of the past, with 
a challenge for the future. 

37. The second stanza of "I Love to Tell the Story" was sung as an Offertory Hymn. 

38. Lucille Yancey gave the Offertory Prayer. 

39. The offering was for the BILL LAMB YOUTH EVANGELISM TRUST with the 
Baptist Foundation of North Carolina. 

40. The "Doxology" lifted emphasis upon the offering. 

41. Greg Day introduced the Mission Speaker. 

42. David Brisson delivered the Missionary Message. 

Missions is at the heart of the Southern Baptist Convention. The greatest joy is to 
tell others about Jesus. We do missions so others can sing "I Have Been Redeemed." 
What one can do about missions??: 

1. Go - leave it to the Lord to close the door. 

2. Help - others to go. 

3. Let Go - so others can go: and within your own life. 

43. "Send Me, O Lord, Send Me" was sung as a Hymn of Dedication. 

44. Davis Benton pronounced the benediction. 

(Clerk's note: 39 EBA churches: 139 Messengers, nine Alternates, 19 Visitors, two 
EBA Staff, two BSC, and two non-EBA churches, for a total registration of 173.) 

SECOND DAY - October 27, 1992 - MORNING SESSION 

1. Registration. 

2. Garry Stuart presented a prelude of piano music. 

3. The Moderator, Jimmy Johnson, called the Association to order. 

4. Jean Hatch led the congregation in singing "To God be the Glory." 

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5. Paul Rose read the Scripture from I Corinthians 15:58. Jean Hatch shared a 
special prayer request, then Paul Rose led in prayer. 

6. Farrell Miller gave the registration report: From 38 churches, we have 132 Mes- 
sengers, three Alternates, and 11 Visitors. "I move that these present constitute a quo- 
rum and we proceed with the business." The motion was seconded and carried. 

7. The Clerk gave a report on the First-Day proceedings. 

8. Lynn Bullock, host pastor, gave greetings to the congregation. 

9. The Congregation sang "How Firm A Foundation." 

10. Church Program Reports: 

A. Sunday School - Danny Johnson 

B. Discipleship Training - Gene Lakey 

C. Vacation Bible School - Jerry Todd 

D. Church Music - Jean Hatch 

E. Woman's Missionary Union - Louise Todd 

F. Brotherhood - Johnny Blanton 

Following each report a motion was made to adopt, second and approval granted. 
Richard Brunson delivered a message on the work and presented a challenge for 
Brotherhood. 

11. The Host Pastor gave directions to the facilities and several announcements were 
made. 

12. "The Congregation sang "Jesus is Lord of All." 

13. There was a brief recess of fellowship and relaxation. 

14. Al Miller presented the proposed budget and moved its adoption. The motion 
was seconded, and following discussion the budget was adopted. 

15. Reports of Associational Committees 

A. Stewardship - Al Miller 

B. Historical - Tim Register 

C. Ordination - Millard Bounds 

D. Evangelism - Allen Overton 

E. Seminary Extension - a motion from the floor to adopt. 

F. Media Library - a motion from the floor to adopt. 

G. Properties - a motion from the floor to adopt. 

Each report was followed by a motion to adopt, second and each report was adopted. 

16. The Congregation sang "There is a Name I Love to Hear." 

17. Adoption of Reports: 

A. Constitution and Bylaws - Michael Shook 

B. Nominating Committee - Anthony Gurganus * 

C. Committee on Committees - Davis Benton 

Following presentation, each one made a motion to adopt, which was seconded 
and adopted. 

18. Garry Stuart presented a piano rendition of special music. 

19. Frank Turner preached the Doctrinal Sermon. 

The Doctrine of Salvation 
Hebrews 2:1-10 
Salvation has a relation to religion. How shall we escape if we neglect so great salva- 
tion. God alone works salvation. Jesus came to seek and to save the lost. 

The church is a body of saved persons seeking to follow God's Word. The church 
in Jesus Christ offers man salvation - not found any place else. 
Words of salvation: 

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1. Redemption - buy back. 

2. Atonement - in Clirist on the cross, God atoned for our sin. 

3. Justification - by the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ. 

4. New Birth - new life in Jesus Christ. 

The doctrine of Salvation stems from man's need. Man is a sinner. The wages of 
sin is death. Salvation is provided by God. The only way to salvation is Jesus. 
Results of salvation: 

1. Victory over sin 

2. Victory over death 

3. Victory over Hell 

4. Peace 

5. Possibility of abundant life 

6. Heaven 

Salvation is by grace through faith. "Ye must be born again." Ye must be saved. 
Plunge into the stream that flows from Calvary to escape God's judgment. 

20. The Congregation sang "Take My Life and Let it Be" as a hymn of decision 
making and commitment. 

21. Reports of Appointed committees: 

A. Time, Place and Preacher - Randy Cowan 

On October 25, 1993, at Siloam; Al Miller preaching the Annual Ser- 
mon with Lynn Bullock as Alternate; on October 26, 1993, at Turkey; Ran- 
dy Cowan moved the adoption of the report which was seconded and 
approved. 

B. Resolutions - Lynn Bullock 

Whereas: The Eastern Baptist Association, completing its 165th 
Annual Session, October 26 and 27, 1992, with its theme of "Living Our 
Legacy in Missions," be it resolved: 

1 . That we express our appreciation to the officers of the Eastern Bap- 
tist Association for planning and carrying out the program for this 165th 
annual session and to all program personalities, messengers and visitors who 

' participated. 

2. That we express our appreciation to the host churches, Mt. Olive, 
First, and Mt. Gilead with Union Grove assisting, for graciously providing 
their facilities and meals for the meeting. 

3. That we express our gratitude to Moderator Jimmy Johnson for his 
leadership during the past year, and to all the officers and committees who 
serve our Lord and the Eastern Baptist Association so well. 

4. That we express our deep appreciation and prayerful support for our 
Director of Missions Rev. Jim Camp and his wife, Joyce, as they lead and 
inspire us in the ongoing work of the Association; that we express our grati- 
tude to Jo Neal Robinson for her fine work in taking care of the many ad- 
ministrative needs of the Association; that we also gratefully acknowledge 
the work done this year by Rev. Danny Johnson who has faithfully served 
as Interim Missions Ministries Director. 

5. That while we humbly acknowledge the blessings and successes of 
our ministry during the past year, we shall boldly continue living out our 
legacy of missions through the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. 

Lynn Bullock, Chairman, Michael Shook, Charles Moore 



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Lynn Bullock made a motion to accept the report which was seconded 
and accepted. 
C. Memorials - Albert Pope 

Reading from Revelation 14:13, he commented on the faithfulness of 
those who have preceded us into eternity. A moment of silent prayer to 
honor their memory and service was followed by a prayer by Albert Pope. 

Albert Pope moved the adoption of the report which was seconded and 
adopted. 

22. Lynn Bullock, host pastor, gave directions for the noon meal. 

23. The Moderator expressed thanks for various aspects of Association life. 

24. Jim Camp, Director of Missions, gave the MISSION CHALLENGE. 

25. The Director of Missions installed the new officers. 

26. E.C. Mattocks pronounced the benediction and gave thanks for the noon meal. 
(Clerk's note: Second day registration: 39 churches; 135 Messengers, seven 

Alternates, 25 Visitors, one EBA Staff, one BSC, for a total of 169 registered.) 
After deleting duplication registration, the final registration tally from 42 churches is: 

Messengers 176 

Alternates 8 

Visitors 26 

EBA staff 1 

Non-EBA churches 2 ... 

BSC representatives 3 

Total registration 216 

Resolutions Committee Report 

Whereas: The Eastern Baptist Association, completing its 165th Annual Session, 
October 26 and 27, 1992, with its theme of "Living Our Legacy in Missions," be it 
resolved: 

1. That we express our appreciation to the officers of the Eastern Baptist Associa- 
tion for planning and carrying out the program for this 165th annual session and to 
all program personalities, messengers, and visitors who participated. 

2. That we express our appreciation to the host churches, Mt. Olive, First, and 
Mt. Gilead with Union Grove assisting, for graciously providing their facilities and meals 
for the meeting. 

3. That we express our gratitude to Moderator Jimmy Johnson for his leadership 
during the past year, and to all the officers and committees who serve our Lord and 
the Eastern Baptist Association so well. 

4. That we express our deep appreciation and prayerful support for our Director 
of Missions Rev. Jim Camp and his wife, Joyce, as they lead and inspire us in the 
ongoing work of the Association; that we express our gratitude to Jo Neal Robinson 
for her fine work in taking care of the many administrative needs of the Association; 
that we also gratefully acknowledge the work done this year by Rev. Danny Johnson 
who has faithfully served as Interim Missions Ministries Director. 

5. That while we humbly acknowledge the blessings and successes of our ministry 
during the past year, we shall boldly continue living out our legacy of missions through 
the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. 

Lynn Bullock, Chairman 
Michael Shook, Charles Moore 

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Our Beloved Dead 



ALBERTSON 

Roscoe Daniels 

ALUM SPRINGS 

Emmett Kelly, Deacon 

BEAR MARSH 

Gordon Merritt 
Cora B. Bell 
Lula Bell 
Graham Rose 
Sadie Williams 
Ralph Swinson 
Elmer Swinson 

BEULAH 

Milton Creech, Deacon 
Vera Cox 

BROWN 

Ralph Moore 
Effie W. Bass 
Rosabell Herring 

CALVARY 

Louise Lane 

CALYPSO 

Buren Wesley Batson 

CENTER 

Tommy Johnson 

CLINTON, FIRST 

Betty Core 

Dixie Honeycutt 

Mamie Pierce 

Mrs. D.J. Rivenbark 

Nancy Britt 

Elizabeth Bond 

Harold Price 

Mrs. R. Purdie Spell -^ 

Annie Stephenson 

Ellie Royall 

Jesse Hilliard 

CONCORD 

Grace Brice 
Violet Bell 

CORINTH 

John Edward Johnson, Deacon 
Claude Mack Johnson 



DOBSON CHAPEL 

Katherine Bostic 
Isbelle Sanderson 
Irene Brock 

EVERGREEN 

Mable Kelly 

FAISON 

Eloise Precythe 
Fred Wheless 

GARLAND 

Elizabeth Smith 
Clayton Rich 

GROVE PARK 

Horace Brewer 
Mrs. Odell Turner 
Virginia Henly 
Callie Welch 

HICKORY GROVE 

Arzelphia Grantham 

IMMANUEL 

Nealie Boyette 
Lela Mae Thornton 
Magdalene Moore 
Kathlene Gautier 

INGOLD 

Winnie Mae Matthis 

ISLAND CREEK 

Phillip Pierce 
Dale Gunther 
Viola Carter 

JOHNSON 

Melvin Pate 

KENANSVILLE 

Nannie Brinson 
Elmore Bell 
Thelma King 

MAGNOLIA 

Lela Quinn Potter 
Gertrude Sheffield 
J. P. Smith 



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MT. GILEAD 

Ti Spearman 

Sally Helen Spearman 

Harold Spearman 

Eleanor Register 

Margaret Fortner 

James Allen 

Rusell Bradsher 

MT. OLIVE, FIRST 

Jimmy Brock 
Annie Belle Miller 
Mamie Jackson 
Elsie Tillman 
Lida Owens 
Talmadge Hargrove 
Susie Miller 
J.B. Mozingo 
L.O. Parker 
Virginia Lindsay 
Kate S. Porter 

NEW HOPE 

Arthur Bland 
Anna Best 

PEACE 

J.R. Turner 

PINEY GROVE 

Jerusha Boyette 
Marion H. Darden, Deacon 
Manley C. Newton, Deacon 
Perry Sewell 

POPLAR GROVE 

William Hatcher 

POSTON 

David Boney 
Laura Brown 
Laura Ramsey 
Mary E. King 
Doris Anderson 
Penny Brinson 

ROSE HILL 

Linda Knowles 
Ethel Knowles 
Ralph Sheffield 
Mattie Southerland 

ROWAN 

Tommy Evans 
Eva Conner 



Juanita Best 
Ida Faircloth 
Wayland M. Denton 
Marie Tart 

SHARON 

Hilda Parker 

SHILOH 

Elizabeth Cottle 
Lizzie Aycock 
Carroll Raynor 
Russell Sholar 

SILOAM 

Norma Johnson 
Eddie Jones 
Relma Naylor 

TEACHEY 

John Manley Teachey, Sr. 
Deacon 

TURKEY 

Ruth Best 
Margaret Moore 
Eva Brice 
Scott Sykes 
Marvin T. Bass 

UNION GROVE 

Hilda Fryar Parker 
Estelle Saunders Carter 
Haywood Peterson 
Henry Odell Saunders 

WARSAW 

Ruby Blackmore 
Jenny Clark 
Thelma Cooke 
John Fonville 
Glacus B. Murray 
Avon Sharpe 

WHITE OAK 

Eva Kater Faircloth 
Omeda Kinlaw 
James M. Rich 



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History of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church 

In 1827 the present Eastern Association, bearing the name of Goshen Association, 
was organized. In 1830 the Baptist State Convention was organized with 272 churches. 
We believe Mt. Gilead was one of these, for records indicate Baptists were worship- 
ping here in 1842. 

The original meeting house burned down, and following a disagreement among the 
members on the doctrine of Universalism, Jimmy Vann gave the current church site 
on which a wood-frame building was constructed in 1848. The Association met here 
for the second time in 1849. 

The Association's name was changed from Goshen to Union, but because of the 
Civil War this name was deemed unacceptable and the name was changed again, this 
time to our current name. Once again the Association met at Mt. Gilead in 1862. 

In the late 1800s and early 1900s Mt. Gilead began to demonstrate its "mission- 
mindedness" by sponsoring three missionaries to China: Rev. W.E. Crocker, Rev. 
T.L. Blalock, and Rev. Dave Herring. The Association met for the fourth time at Mt. 
Gilead in 1901. 

Under the leadership of Dr. R.F. Marshburn our current sanctuary was erected in 
the 1940s and dedicated in 1950. The year 1950 also marked the fifth time the 
Association met at Mt. Gilead. The parsonage was constructed during the 1950s. 

During the ministry of Rev. B.C. Lamb, the Church progressed to being a three- 
quarter time Church in 1967 and a new educational building was constructed to meet 
the needs of our growing church. During the ministry of Rev. Graham Elmore the Stee- 
ple was added to the sanctuary in 1971 and in 1974 the sanctuary was completely 
renovated. The Association met here for the sixth time in 1972, and the seventh time 
in 1982. 

Our current pastor, Dr. Lynn M. Bullock, was called here in 1989. While he has 
served as pastor the educational building has been increased to meet our growing needs, 
a Church Parlor has been established, an additional acre of land has been cleared for 
future needs, a sound-system has been installed, a gym-set has been constructed, and 
we have just completed an extensive renovation of the downstairs-area of our sanctuary. 
The Church once more indicated its interest in missions by sending Dr. Bullock to Brazil 
in June 1992 with an evangelistic team from the Wilmington and Johnson Associa- 
tions. Last year our Church contributed approximately one-sixth of its receipts to mis- 
sion work. We look forward to hosting the Association for the eighth time on October 
27, 1992. Much has been accomplished in the 160 year history of our Church, but 
our vision of the future must not be dimmed by our obsession with the past. Our fields 
are still white until harvest, we must continue to work until Jesus Comes! 



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History of Union Grove Baptist Church 

Union Grove Baptist Ciiurch was established in 1914; however, it was not called Union 
Grove at that time. Across the road from the church stood a one-room schoolhouse 
which was called Eurkea, so before the church was actually given a name, it was simply 
called Old Eureka, because of the little school across the road. The church was later 
given the name Hickory Grove. Sometime later the name was changed to Union Grove, 
reason being that somewhere around Clinton there was another Hickory Grove Church. 
On January 13, 1918, the church was officially named Union Grove. 

In the beginning of the church different speakers were used; later Alex Peterson and 
Ralph Fryar preached quite often, although they were never called. Our church does 
not have many records because of a fire, but some members recall some of the preachers, 
according to the information, a Mr. Dobson, Mr. Cambell, Mr. Britt, Mr. B.S. Early, 
E.C. Watson, Mr. Carroll and Mr. Fred Hall served as pastors. In 1948 Rev. L.L. Barnes 
from Elizabethtown, North Carolina was called as pastor. He preached in the old church, 
and in 1949, he along with members of the church built the present day Union Grove. 
Mr. Barnes at some time left Union Grove to help establish Harris Creek Baptist Church 
near Jacksonville, North Carolina. There was a period of three, maybe four years when 
Mr. Barnes was gone. The church called a Mr. Gibson Lockerman and E.L. Anderson. 

Mr. L.L. Barnes later returned, the church again hired him as pastor; he remained 
pastor until March 23, 1986. 

Other pastors include: Rev. Mitchell Nance, March 30, 1986; Rev. James Flowers, 
November 1987; Rev. Charles Moore, August 1991. 

Rev. Charles Moore continues to be pastor of Union Grove Baptist Church. 

Executive Board Meetings 

At each of the meetings the usual committee and program reports were given . Jimmy 
Johnson, Moderator, presided at each of the regular meetings. 

At the January 21, 1992 meeting at Kenansville 34 churches were represented. Glen 
Holt, President, Baptist State Convention, was introduced. New pastors in the Associa- 
tion are E.C. Mattocks and Billy Blakley. Money is being raised for the Hispanic Mission 
at Clinton. Plans were announced for a PraiSing. Requests for 1993 Cooperative Agree- 
ment funds were approved. 

The April 21, 1992 meeting at Union Grove noted 31 churches represented. The 
Nominating Committee presented nominations for the Directors of Church Programs. 
Danny Johnson was elected Interim Missions Ministry Director. Support was approved 
concerning the "Bill Lamb Evangelistic Fund" to support Youth Evangelism in the 
Association. Ryszard Gutkowski from the Baptist Union of Poland is to arrive soon. The 
Moderator appointed the Constitution and Bylaws Committee. A recommendation from 
Calvary Baptist Church concerning the actior^s of Pullen Memorial Baptist Church and 
Binkley Memorial Baptist Church in regards to homosexuals was approved . Jo Neal 
Robinson was recognized in regrads to Secretary's Week. 

The July 21, 1992 meeting at Dobson Chapel saw 26 churches represented. The 
Moderator named the Committee on Committees. New pastors are Davis Benton, Tyanna 
Day and Paul Rose. Services for Hispanics have begun at Sharon Baptist Church. The 
Bill Lamb Trust Fund has been established with the Baptist Foundation. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ottis L. King, Clerk 

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Woman's Missionary Union 

This has been another active year for the Woman's Missionary Union. The Baptist 
Women's Annual Prayer Retreat was held at the Bear Marsh Church, Mrs. Sarah John- 
son, leading. This January meeting had representatives from 16 churches (over 100 
people) to enjoy this time together. 

The 83 Annual Session at First Baptist, Clinton had as guest speaker Mrs. Paula 
W. O'Bryant, who shared with us regarding her job as State Acteen/Mundo Vista Coor- 
dinator. Paula is a former GA from First Church, Clinton. Guest Missionaries were 
the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Wiggs, Emeritus, Missionaries to South Korea. 

BYW held the Annual Picnic for Seasonal Farmworkers in July. We all enjoyed the 
fun and fellowship. 

Many activities have already been planned for next year and I wish the new WMU 
Leadership God's blessing. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Glenda Strickland Todd 

WMU Eighty-tliird Annual Session Minutes 

The 83rd Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union, Eastern Baptist Associa- 
tion, met Thursday, April 9, 1992, at First Baptist Church, 408 College Street, Clin- 
ton, North Carolina. 

The afternoon session began with the call to order and invocation by Glenda Todd 
followed by the singing of "O Zion Haste" by the congregation. Tonya Wright wel- 
comed the session to First Baptist and Jane Kaleel introduced the afternoon's speaker, 
Paula Williamson O'Briant. Mrs. O'Briant brought an inspiring message on missions. 

After the benediction and blessing the session adjourned for the evening meal. 

The evening session began with the call to order and invocation followed by the con- 
gregational singing of "Send Me, O Lord, Send Me." Joyce Camp made the announce- 
ments and led the session in the Prayer Calendar. 

The business session included the following matters: 

1. An offering was taken for three hispanic students enrolled at the Hispanic 
Baptist Theological Seminary in San Antonio, Texas. 

2. Edith Gurganus, Mission Action Director, made a report on training events 
held during the year. She also expressed appreciation for support of the 
ministry to N.C. Correctional Institute for Women. 

3. Blanche Casey extended an invitation for the WMU Annual Session to meet 
with Piney Grove Baptist Church in 1993. 

Following the business the following officers were nominated and elected. The 
installation of the officers was by Inez Peterson. Officers for the 1992-1993 year are: 

Director Louise Todd 

Assistant WMU Director Jo Ann Overton 

Enlistment Connie Carlton 

Secretary Gloria Lockerman 

Baptist Women's Director Janie Thomas 

Assistant Baptist Women's Director Barbara Shook 

Baptist Young Women's Director Daisy Chestnutt 

Assistant BYW Director Cindy Falatovich 

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Acteen Director Jenell Edmundson 

Assistant Acteen Director Regina Kilpatrick 

Girl's In Action Director Betty Elmore 

Assistant GA Director Donna Ellis 

Mission Friends Director Cinda Bass 

Assistant Mission Director Angie Bass 

Mission Action Director Peggy Cottle 

Assistant Mission Action Director Edith Gurganus 

Area Directors: 

Clinton Inez Peterson 

Garland/Star Betty Sanderson 

Faison/Warsaw Marean Jones 

Mount Olive Virginia Mines 

Wallace/Rose Hill Betty Butts 

Special music was presented by the Victory Trio of First Baptist Church, Clinton. 
Joyce Camp introduced our guest speakers, Rev. and Mrs. Charles Wiggs. The Wiggs 
brought an inspiring message concerning their work in Korea. 

The congregation sang the closing hymn, "We've A Story to Tell" followed by the 
closing remarks by Glenda Todd and the benediction by Louise Todd. 
Future hosts for the annual session listed in the program are- 

1993 Piney Grove 

1994 Warsaw 

1995 Kenansville and Dobson Chapel 

1996 Rose Hill 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Billy Todd, Director 

Mrs. Ted Lockerman, Secretary 

Brotherhood Report 

Our Brotherhood had a good year in the Eastern Baptist Association in 1991-92. 
Both men and boys studied and experienced mission activity. The annual Baptist Men's 
Rally, which was held at Island Creek Baptist Church on January 25 was a success. 
Over 200 boys, men and their wives enjoyed barbeque dinner. Reverend Jesse Crook, 
an evangelist from Thomasville, gave everyone present something to think abopt for 
a long time. This was a great kick-off for Baptist Men's Day in the churches. ' 

The Seasonal Farmworker Ministry could not function without the leadership of many 
of our Baptist men . They have done an excellent job this summer and this is becoming 
a year-round need. 

We were pleased to host Rysyard Gutkowski, the General Secretary of the Baptist 
Union of Poland, April 25 through May 3. Many of our people heard and were exalted 
from his presence among us. He spoke in 12 churches and to six schools and civic 
groups. 

The Baptist Men's Medical/Dental Van was at FBC, Clinton, EBA, and Mt. Vernon 
Baptist Church in July. Many of our Hispanic people were treated to medical and den- 
tal services. 



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We have been a part of the Zone 3 planning meetings held each quarter. Our Baptist 
Men will be ready for a mission challenge in the future. In the coming year we hope 
to construct a church building for the Hispanic Mission in Clinton, and to organize a 
team that will train and be ready to staff the Baptist Disaster Van . 

Gene Pierce 
Brotherhood Director 

Discipleship Training Report 

During the 1991-92 Associational year, the Discipleship Training program of Eastern 
Baptist Association assisted churches and pastors in accomplishing tasks of reaching 
and equipping persons for discipleship and personal ministry by: 

1. Sponsoring "M" Night, November 18, 1991, at Sharon Baptist Church. 
Well known author and storyteller Robert Hastings of Springfield, Illinois 
was the keynote speaker. 

2. Sponsoring an Associational Annual Doctrine Study for adults, March 2 
and 9, 1992, at Turkey Baptist Church. Dr. Dean Martin of Campbell 
University taught the 1992 Annual Baptist Doctrine "The Doctrine of the 
Bible." 

3. Sponsoring the Deacon Leadership Conference, March 30, 1992, at Rose 
Hill Baptist Church. Rev. Bryan Chestnutt, pastor of Page Road Baptist 
Church in Durham, was the conference leader. 

4. Hosting a New Church Member Training Conference, April 13, 1992, at 
First Baptist Church, Mt. Olive. Conference leaders were Ray Hodge, Dis- 
cipleship Training Department, BSSB, and Maurice Cooper, Discipleship 
Training Director, BSC. 

5. Conducting the Associational Children's and Youth Bible Drills, April 26, 
1992, at Immanuel Baptist Church. Twelve churches participated for a total 

, of 48 children and three youth. 

6. Sending Gene Lakey to the State Key Leadership Conference, May 4-5, 
at the N.C. Baptist Assembly at Caswell. 

7. Sending members of the Associational Discipleship Training Team, August 
28-29, 1992, to the N.C. Baptist Assembly for associational leader training. 

8. Providing information, training and consultation during Associational Key 
Leadership, August 31, 1992, at Warsaw Baptist Church. 

9. Sponsoring an Associational Bible Drill Training and Update Conference 
for new and experienced Bible drill leaders, September 26, 1992, at Rowan 
Baptist Church. 

10. Providing personal consultation on beginning, expanding and strengthen- 
ing Discipleship Training in local churches. 
A special word of thanks goes to two of our team members, Danny Johnson and 
Nancy Outlaw, who will not be serving on the DT Team next year. They contributed 
greatly and will be missed. However, with excitement we welcome two new members 
to the team: Ann Thigpen, Youth Consultant, and Randy Cowan, Adult and Deacon 
Consultant. 

1 Respectfully submitted. 

Gene Lakey 

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Sunday School Report 

Sunday School is very important to our churches. If we believe in the Great Com- 
mission, we must belive in Sunday School. As pastors, staff members and as mem- 
bers, we must equip ourselves to do the best job we can. The Associational ASSISTeam 
has worked very hard to get the message across to the people that we as Christians 
need to be more committed to spreading the gospel. ASSIST stands for - Associational 
Sunday School improvement Support Team. 

This year our Breakthrough theme is BREAKTHROUGH: EQUIP TO WIN. Is 
your church reaching and teaching people? This is the purpose of Sunday School (to 
reach the lost and to equip the saints). Many times we halfway teach and very seldom 
do we reach. Where does your church stand? 

The ASSISTeam has been busy this past year. Here is a list of some of the things 
that we have provided for you: 

1. The Vacation Bible School ASSISTeam went to Bladenboro for training. 

2. We had two Vacation Bible School Clinics available for the churches. We 
had 18 churches participating. 

3. The ASSISTeam went to Caswell for training. 

4. The ASSISTeam went to Cary for Sunday School Training. 

5. We provided Sunday School Training at Key Leadership. 

6. The ASSISTeam taught the Book Teach People the Bible. This was a two 
night conference held at Grove Park Baptist Church. Eleven churches par- 
ticipated in this conference. 

7. The ASSISTeam has talked with many churches one on one about their 
Sunday School. People want help in all areas. If you would like for some- 
one to come and talk to you about getting the most out of your Sunday 
School, contact the EBA office. 

I want to thank the ASSISTeam for all of their hard work and their commitment 
to reaching and teaching. May God bless each of you. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Tena Johnson, Director 



Church Music Report 



In November 1991 the Tuesday evening session of the Baptist State Convention 
was devoted to a PraiSing, premiering the new Baptist Hi;mnal Several choir mem- 
bers from our association participated in the mass choir. 

In March 1992 our association sponsored a PraiSing to inform our churches about 
the new Baptist Hymnal Charles Storey, director of the Church Music Department 
ot the Baptist State Convention, directed this service of responsive readings and hymns 

The Evangelism Rally on September 21, 1992, featured an associational choir led 
by Stan Benton and accompanied by Garry Stuart. 

In additi^on, neady all of our churches reported music leadership and members on 
the annual letter. 



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The Eastern Association was represented at tiie Volunteer Music Director's Retreat 
at North Carolina Baptist Assembly. 

Let us continue to tell others about our wonderful Lord by singing praises about Him, 
His power and glory, and His coming again. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jean Hatch 

Properties Committee Report 

The building and equipment has served us well during 1992. The use of the office 
and storage building has been very useful to many in our Association. 

During the coming year, we will need to give some thought to updating our office 
to make it more useful to more of our people. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J.B. Herring, Chairman 

Vacation Bible School Report 

Two training sessions were held, one at Rose Hill Baptist Church and the second 
one at Grove Park Church. 





Enroll- 


Avg. 


No. 


Hours 


Prof. 


Achievement 


Church 


ment 


Att. 


Days 


Daily 


Faith 


Level 


Albertson 




NO BIBLE SCHOOL 






Alum Springs 


52 


48 


5 


2 


1 


Standard 


Bear Marsh 


111 


85 


6 


2 


1 


Standard 


Beulah 


17 


13 


5 


IV2 





* 


Brown \ 


60 


57 


5 


2 





Standard 


Calvary 


49 


42 


5 


2 





Standard 


Calypso 


56 


46 


6 


2 





* 


Center 


54 


50 


5 


2V2 


6 


Standard 


Clinton, FBC 


163 


133 


5 


2 


3 


Standard 


Concord 


78 


64 


5 


21/2 


3 


Standard 


Corinth 


53 


53 


5 


3 





Standard 


Dobson Chapel 


67 


65 


5 


21/2 





Standard 


Evergreen 


57 


52 


5 


3 





Standard 


Faison 














Garland 


70 


63 


5 


3 





* 


Garner's Chapel 


71 


64 


6 


2 





* 


Grove Park 


136 


110 


5 


2V2 





Standard 


Hickory Grove 


50 


38 


* 


* 





* 


Immanuel 


77 


67 


5 


2 





Standard 


Ingold 


43 


39 


4 


2V2 





Standard 


Island Creek 


46 


37 


5 


2 





Standard 


Johnson 


64 


49 


5 


2 





* 



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* *Kenansville 

(Community) 
Magnolia 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Olive, FBC 
Mount Vernon 
New Hope 
Peace 

Piney Grove 
Poplar Grove 

* *Poston 
Rose Hill 
Rowan 
Sharon 
Shiloh 
Siloam ' 
Teach ey 
Turkey 
Union Grove 
Warsaw 
Wells Chapel 
White Oak 

- Unspecified 

- Backyard Bible 



78 

72 
85 
97 

37 
97 
22 
200 
116 
112 
65 
75 
67 
50 
78 
39 
83 
55 
27 



75 5 

70 5 

75 5 

87 5 

NO BIBLE SCHOOL 



30 
76 
22 
154 
109 
92 
61 
79 
52 
42 
69 
35 
69 
45 
23 



21/2 

2 
3 

21/2 

2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 

21/2 

3 
3 
3 

21/2 

2 
2 

21/2 

2 









2 
18 







1 






Standard 
Standard 
Standard 



Standard 



Standard 

Advanced 

Standard 

Standard 
Standard 
Standard 



Standard 



Club (Poston) 27 enrolled; 13 prospects discovered, 
(Kenansville) 5 BYBC - Total Enrollment 189 



Evangelism Committee Report 

The Annual Evangelism Rally was a success. The attendance for the evening rally 
was 224 which was not as large as prior years, but there was a wonderful spirit amonq 
the people. 

We were blessed by a joint choir from churches in our association under the direc- 
l?"" u ^*^" Benton. Dr. Tom Jenkins, Mission Director, Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina was our Evangelist. Dr. Jenkins emphasized the fact that we are all 
ministers of God and that God has gifted us with spiritual gifts to use in our ministry. 

Again this year, we had an afternoon session. It was held at the Grove Park Baptist 
Church. Dr. Jenkins spoke on the topic. Pastor's Equippers. 

The Evangelism Committee and Discipleship Training have scheduled four two hour 
sessions on the following topics for the 1992-93 Association year: Evangelism and 
the Preschooler, Evangelism and Children, Evangelism and Youth, and Evangelism 
and Adults. 

Respectfully submited, 
Allen Overton 



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Cooperative Program Report 

How have Southern Baptists financed six seminaries, Home Mission Board, and the 
largest Foreign Missions Program the world has ever known? 

In North Carolina, Baptists have the largest church organization in the state. Retire- 
ment Homes, Children's Homes and a Baptist Hospital. YES - it costs money! Where 
does all the money come from? The Baptist people place their tithes and offerings on 
the altar for the Lord, to be used. Our first step is to return to the Lord what is His! 

The Churches of Eastern Baptist Association still choose to use the Cooperative Pro- 
gram to support our work all over the world. 

As you know, the Cooperative Program has some questions about the future. Many 
churches outside the Eastern Association have chosen alternate plans to support our 
Baptist work. Only the future will tell us what that will mean. Some individuals have 
chosen to send their money directly to the Agency or Institution. Baptists feel they have 
lost some of the control of the church funds. 

Some Cooperative Program dollars come back to the Eastern Baptist Association 
to fund our mission work. Our local churches have contributed as much as six percent 
of their offerings for the support of your Associational work. Whatever comes to the 
Association is controlled by the Churches that make up the Association. People from 
our local churches must give direction to each and every dollar given. Those church 
that choose, also give direction to the Cooperative Program dollar. 

The Cooperative Program way has its liability; yet, it is the most effective way to 
get God's work done at home and around the world. Let's look at ways we may improve 
the process! 

^ Respectfully submitted, 

Albert Pope 

Seminary Extension 

One of the purposes of Seminary Extension is to help meet ministry needs in the 
association. Seminary Extension also helps to train not only pastors but laypersons 
serving in church leadership roles. 

It is my hope that there will be enough interest in sponsoring Seminary Extension 
courses on a regular basis. I have a catalogue to share with anyone who would like 
to explore the topics of courses. We have qualified persons in our association to teach 
these courses. 

I have also learned that, even though Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary 
may or may not accept Seminary Extension credit, Campbell University will accept 
all courses for credit toward a degree program. 

If anyone wishes further information about Seminary Extension, please call Joyce 
Camp at 590-3592. 

_ s Joyce Camp, Chairman 



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Committee on Committees Report 



EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 
Lynn Bullock - Chrmn. (1994) 
Price Knowles (1993) 
Darrin Wade (1993) 
Roger Wells (1995) 
Billy Chestnut (1995) 
E.C. Mattocks (1994) 

MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE 
Joyce Camp (1995) 
Joyce Collins (1993) 
Dale Myers (1993) 
Faye Sellers (1994) 
Cecila Mattocks (1995) 

MINISTERS ORIENTATION 

COMMITTEE 

Norman Wheeler - Chrmn. (1994) 
Ottis King (1993) 
Johnny Armstrong (1995) 

STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE 
Al Miller - Chrmn. (1994) 
Gary Rouse (EBA Treasurer) 
Willard Fussell (1993) 
Ronnie Warren (1993) 
Richard Moretz (1993) 
Jim Drake (1994) 
Gene Hart (1994) 
James Ezzell (1995) 
Elwyn Murray (1995) 
Greg Day (1995) 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 
John Hicks - Chrmn. (1993) 
Shelton Justice (1994) 
Gloria Simmons (1995) 



SEMINARY EXTENSION 
COMMITTEE 

Tyanna Day - Chairman (1994) 

Billy Todd (1995) 

Billy Blakely (1993) 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 
Tony Gurganus - Chrmn. (1994) 
Millard Bounds (1993) 
Allen Overton (1993) 
Helen Register (1994) 
Jo Neal Robinson (1995) 
Paul Rose (1995) 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 
Gerald Quinn - Chrmn. (1995) 
Willie Hobbs (1993) 
Charles Jackson (1994) 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Coleman Thomas - Chrmn. (1993) 
Gregory Day (1994) 
Davis Benton (1995) 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 
Gene Lakey - Chrmn. (1994) 
Lynn Bullock (1993) 
Rifton Raynor (1993) 
Elbert Davis (1994) 
Larry King (1995) 
Charles Moore (1995) 

CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE 
Mack Musselwhite (1993) 
W.S. Wells (1994) 
David Simmons (1995) 



HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Mary Hester Powell - Chrmn. (1993) 
Frances Andrews (1994) 
Frank Turner (1995) 



Respectfully submitted, 

Davis Benton, Chairman 

John A. Johnson, E.C. Mattocks 

Charles Moore, Frank Morris, Jerry Todd 



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Missions Development Council 

Missions Development foci include the following ministries: Volunteer Chaplaincy, 
Seasonal Farmworkers, Literacy, Mentally Handicapped, Senior Adult, Interfaith Wit- 
ness, Church Extension, Christian Social Ministries, and the newest component pro- 
gram: Resort/Leisure Ministries. Additionally, there are two very important church-type 
missions. 

The council is comprised of chairs of the various mission ministries committees, along 
with a representative each of WMU and Brotherhood. The committees plan and per- 
form, coordinating with the Council. The council held regular quarterly meetings and 
special meetings as needed during 1992-93, budgeting, planning, implementing and 
supporting the missions activities of the association. 

1993 Cooperative Agreements by and between EBA and the Baptist State Conven- 
tion were approved at the 1991 annual meeting of the Association. Support of the 
churches is necessary and greatly appreciated. 

Mission Ministries Director Cathy Hopkins resigned to assume a position with the 
Baptist State Convention. Ingold pastor Rev. Danny Johnson currently serves as interim. 

William Ortega resigned his work with Hispanic Mission, FBC, Clinton, and moved 
to Mecklenburg Association. 

Missions Development continues to be strong on the Eastern Baptist Association 
agenda in an effort to meet ever-increasing and changing needs. 

Component program and church-type missions reports may be found elsewhere in 
this book of reports. 

Lucille Yancey, Director 

Interfaith Witness Report 

The Interfaith Witness Committee sent two of its three members to Caraway Con- 
ference Center last April to study Islam and the New Age movement. The first "aware- 
ness conference" for the association was held in September at Mount Gilead featuring 
studies in the previously mentioned areas. 

Two more awareness conferences are scheduled: the first for the new year will be 
on February 4 featuring Jehovah's Witness and Islam and in the spring a conference 
will be held highlighting Jehovah's Witness and New Age. 

Videos are available through the EBA which may enlighten Christians to the beliefs 
of a variety of cults and religions. Also, "Interfaith Witness Belief Bulletins" are available 
through the EBA, the IFW committee, or the Home Mission Board's IFW Department. 

The next state wide IFW Associate training conference is scheduled for April 2-3, 
1993, in Hickory, N.C. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Randy Cowan, Chairman 



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Senior Adult Ministries Committee Report 

The Senior Adult Ministry of the Eastern Baptist Association has continued to create 
interest among our people with some challenging events. 

The highlight of the year being the Annual picnic in the park in September and the 
Spring rally in March. 

Both events were well attended in number and with a large number of our Eastern 
Baptist Association churches participating. 

For the September 26 picnic, we enjoyed hearing Reverend Thurman Allred with 
His Many Hats," and also, Reverend Dale Blake with outstanding music and sono 
About 175 attended. ^' 

Always the Spring Rally is held in a given church and sponsored by the host church 

We were privileged this year to be hosted by Sharon Church, Chinquapin, with Shiloh 
Baptist Church, assisting. 

We were honored to have Reverend Bill House of Nashville, Tennessee, who is 
Senior Adult Consultant of the Home Mission Board to speak to us. He also conducted 
a workshop in the evening. 

The "Sounds of Music" of Wallace were with us and presented a wonderful time 
ot music and song. They were well received and enjoyed immensely. 

Paring the year, the committee, consisting of Eunice Newkirk, Eunice Landin and 
Arlene Rhodes, met many times with our Director of Missions and Reverend Danny 
Johnson. ^ 

We promoted many ideas of interest for Senior Adults with the hope that more seniors 
will join us for better "golden years" and the find of sharing that will honor our Lord 
We now have plans for a Caraway Retreat October 19-21. 

A /"'.f '. "^IT ^°P^^''' '"""^ °^ ""^ "^'^^ ^^ attending the National Convention for Senior 
Adults in Atlanta, Georgia in April 1993. 

Our resources are many - Our blessings are too! Let's continue to share Come 

join us! . . . . ^ 

Respectfully submitted, 
Eunice Newkirk, Chairman 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Committee Report 

Season Farmworkers Summer Ministry reported 122 professions of faith. Sixty Bibles 
55 New Testaments and 359 Health Kits were distributed by summer missionaries 16 
childr^ "^^'^ ^^^"^ '" '^^"'''' ^"""^ "''^'''''* summer schools, reaching 190 

Summer missionaries were Juvenal Gonzalez, Marcos and Judith Galicia all of 
Mexico, and students from the Hispanic Baptist Theological Seminary in San Antonio 
lexas. Christian Service Corps Volunteers and mission groups from outside EBa' 
Bernice Smith of Jackson and Elwin Goodfellow of Roanoke Rapids; FBC Salisbury- 
bread of Life Baptist Church Acteens Activators, Mocksville, NC; FBC Acteens Acti- 
vators, Douglasyille, GA; and groups from EBA: Kenansville Baptist Church BYW- 
Garner s Chapel Baptist Church Youth Choir. North Carolina Baptist Men Medical/ 
Dental Van ministered to needs of 81 people, five of those made professions of faith 



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Many EBA churches served refreshments for our night worship services, prepared 
health kits, donated food, clothing, money for Bibles, as well as many varied other 
items. All of these things are greatly appreciated. 

Another ministry to Hispanics in the Chinquapin area was begun this summer through 
the implementation of a Saturday Night Worship Service which is continuing as a vital 
ministry in that area. Sharon, Shiloh, Dobson Chapel and Island Creek Churches have 
demonstrated concern and support for this very much-needed ministry. 

Revs. William Ortega of the Clinton Mission and Vicente Rangel of the Mount Olive 
area, continue effective ministries throughout the year. We regret, however that William 
Ortega has resigned and moved to the Charlotte area to pastor a church there. We 
are thankful to William for his dedicated service to EBA. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Wayne Wilson, Chairman 

Resort /Leisure Ministries Committee Report 

R/LM Committee is a new ministry aimed at targeting areas like the Rest Stop on 
1-40. Many people vacationing or traveling can be ministered to through this work. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Eddie King, Chairman 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries 

The highlight of our year was Happiness Retreat at Camp Caraway. This year 29 
campers plus seven chaperones attended, thanks to Sampson County Association for 
the Handicapped, St. Paul's Episcopal Church Women, WMU, Brotherhood and friends 
of the handicapped. 

The Halloween Carnival was held at FBC, Clinton in October. Fellowship, games, 
puppets and refreshments were enjoyed. 

The Christmas Banquet was attended by 60 individuals. Mission Action Group of 
FBC, Clinton prepared a delicious meal. After the Christmas story and carols, Paula 
and Steve Matthis entertained with puppets before Santa arrived. 

"Spring Fling" at Campbell University was enjoyed by 27 clients and seven chaper- 
ones. Activities included games, arts, crafts, swimming, picnic and fellowship. 

There are Sunday School Classes especially for the handicapped with a new one 
forming at Dobson Chapel. 

Several missionary groups have had parties and activities for Skilled Creation 
residents. 

Most Associational activities are carried out with residents of four group homes, six 
Heritage Care residents and several at-large handicapped persons. If you know a 
handicapped person that would benefit from these activities, let us know. 

Pat Brown, Chairman 
^' , Carol Todd, Michelle Reynolds 



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Deaf Ministries Committee Report 

The Deaf Mission at Poston Baptist Church is alive and well - the Annual Thanks- 
giving Banquet was well-attended by 110 people. The Poston Baptist Church is very 
supportive of the Deaf Ministry. One of the mission's members, Ben Milliard, has served 
as Vice-President to the North Carolina Baptist Conference for the Deaf 1991-1992 

We have not been successful in involving any of the other churches in the Association 
in the ministry to the deaf. 

We are planning the Annual Thanksgiving Banquet which will be held in Coley Hall 
Poston Baptist Church, Tin City on November 21 at 5 P.M. 

Vye will be glad to help any church that would be interested in beginning a ministry 
to the deaf. ^ 

Mary Boney, Chairman 

Church Extension Ministries Report 

The Church Extension Committee has had the opportunity to work with the New Work 
Committee of First Baptist Church of Mount Olive as well as with representatives of the 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Attempting to fulfill the 1990 
Associational Strategy Planning Committee Report IV, Association: Community Goal 
#2 Establish a Mission Church in Mount Olive, the Church Extension Committee in 
conjunction with Associational, State Convention, and local church representatives par- 
ticipated in a PROBE study in the Mount Olive area. The results of the PROBE study 
are now under consideration by First, Mount Olive's Mission Development Council Please 
keep this possibility of a mission field in your prayers. The fields are white unto the har- 
vest! Let us be ready to go and to reap of the harvest! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Greg Day, Chairperson 

Literacy Ministries Committee Report 

The Literacy Committee has met regularly during the past year. 

Three people from Eastern Baptist Association: Florence Hoover, Evelyn Tew and 
Peggy Greer, attended the Literacy Conference at Caraway in October 1991 

Work is continuing with the Spanish students and adults. Tutors that were trained 
at Sampson Community College are helping through the GED Program with readinq 
writing and the English Language at the College. 

Tutors try to encourage their student or students, and be a friend, and also a Christian 
witness. 

More help is needed with this urgent need! More people are becoming aware of the 
problem. Wouldnt you like to be a Literacy Volunteer??? 

Respectfully submitted, 
Florence Hoover 



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Hispanic Mission Report 

Clinton First Baptist Church 

God blessed the Hispanic work throughout the year of 1992. Nine people united with 
the fellowship by baptism after making their professions of faith in Jesus Christ as Lord 
and Savior. The Sunday School grew to an enrollment of 90. 

The mission ordained two deacons and licensed one minister to preach the gospel. 
Progress continued in the plans to construct a church building on McKoy Street in Clin- 
ton on property donated by a member of the First Baptist Church. The building fund 
has grown to over $45,000. Plans are to begin construction early in 1993 with volun- 
teers from our association and across the state. 

William Ortega resigned as pastor in September to accept the call to a work in Charlotte, 
N.C. He and his lovely family were greatly used of our Lord in this work, and they will 
be missed by our entire association. Our prayers go with them. 

We are grateful to the churches of our association for their support of this great work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Alfred Miller, Pastor 

Clinton First Baptist Church 

HISPANIC MISSION, MOUNT OLIVE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

In January 1992 we were having an average attendance of 35. In February we had 
eight baptisms. We have had 26 professions of faith this year. 

An Evangelism Rally was held in June 1992. 

In April Sunday School was begun with our own Hispanic teacher. 

We have had a preaching point in Mount Vernon Baptist Church for the summer 
migrant workers; we have also had a one-day camp for the young people. 

At this time we have prayer service each Friday night, meeting in different homes. 

We attended the National Language Conference in Orlando, Florida. 

We are now attending the Eastern Baptist Association Pastor/Spouse Conference once 
a month. We attended the New Age Conference at the Mount Gilead Baptist Church. 

The church has at least eight people taking music lessons. 

A survey has begun of the area for permanent residents; in the future, members of 
the church will visit these families. 

We are assisting with the Chinquapin Hispanic Worship Services on Saturday night. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Vicente' Rangel, Pastor 

Poston Baptist Deaf Mission 

Planning for our annual Thanksgiving Banquet began our church year. Several of our 
members gathered to make table ornaments for the supper. Eighty people were expect- 
ed for our banquet. Approximately 110 attended. Travis Moger delivered the Thanks- 
giving message. All enjoyed the meal and fellowship that followed. 

For Christmas we met at the Chinese restaurant for lunch following the morning worship 
service. Fifteen attended this party. 

Our mission joined in with the hearing-church for a Valentines/Sweetheart Banquet. 
The program was interpreted for our group. 



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T.I.C. was attended by nine members. This is a three-day spiritual retreat held annually 
at Camp Caraway. 

Our Spring/Summer activities included a cookout at Jo Wise's home. Many of our 
members fished while waiting for supper time to arrive. Several of our members traveled 
with the Senior Adults of our church to Fort Fisher for a day of swimming We visited 
the aquarium while at Fort Fisher. Ronda Taylor hosted a swimming party/cookout as 
a farewell party to one of our members, Jon Kennedy. Jon left this fall to attend Gal- 
ladet University. 

Plans are now being made for our Thanksgiving Banquet for 1992 Wendy Taylor's 
signing hands choir will be presenting the program. They led our worship this Sprinq 
and inspired us all. 

We added one new member to our Sunday School. Chris Tucker accepted Jesus 
Christ as his personal Lord and Savior and has joined with us for Sunday School He 
is praying about following the Lord in believer's baptism. 

We have averaged 12 in Sunday School and worship services. Our growth is slow 
but we thank God for growth whether great or small. With the arrival of Billy and Pat 
Blakely to our mission, full time as Pastor of Poston Baptist Church, all services are in- 
terpreted for the deaf. 

Billy Blakely, Pastor 
Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Committee Report 

Volunteer Chaplains are needed to serve in nursing homes, retirement homes hospi- 
tals, jails and prisons in the EBA area. 

These services would include leadership in worship, Bible study, memorial services 
and spiritual counseling. Some of these services are presently being provided but there 
IS still a great need for this ministry in our associational area. Loving people and being 
willing to share time with them are the only qualifications needed. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Danny Johnson, IMMD 

Christian Social Ministries Report 

Christian Social Ministries Committee is ready and willing to assist our EBA churches 
or individuals in meeting the physical, social and spiritual needs of people in crisis Two 
tunds - Hunger Fund for food and Emergency Fund for various emergencies have been 
established for some time to aid in this ministry. Gifts to perpetuate these funds are wel- 
come and appreciated. 

Giddensville Clothing Closet has been closed. EBA Storage building now serves as 
a Clothing Closet and Food Pantry. Other services are offered through: Christian Car- 
ing Center, Main Street, Rose Hill (participating churches: Poston, Island Creek and 
Connth). Sampson Crisis Center (Interdominational) , 102 Sampson Street Clinton (EBA 
participating churches: Rowan, FBC Clinton, Grove Park, Mount Vernon 
Ingold Immanuel, Turkey, Mount Gilead and New Hope); Mount Olive Churches in 
Action (Interdenominational), 217 Station Street, Mount Olive, (FBC Mount Olive nar- 
ticipates) . ^ 

Respectfully submitted, 
Danny Johnson, IMMD 

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1993 Anticipated Income 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
January 1 - December 31, 1992 & 1993 

% 

1992 1993 Change Change 

900 Churches, Regular Contributions $ 93,467 $ 99,287 $ 5,820 6 2 

902 Churches - EBA Minutes 1,500 1,500 
904 Baptist State Convention 

Cooperative Agreements 27,650 24,550 (3,100) -11.2 

908 Copier Fees 150 150 

912 Interest Revenue 750 750 

914 Churches - Special Gifts 2,000 2,000 

915 Individuals - Special Gifts 500 500 

916 Sales Tax Refund 600 600 

917 Hunger & Emergency Funds 

920 Herman Coker Trust Fund 

921 John Flake Trust Fund 

918 Other Receipts 1,200 

919 State Missions Offering 1,500 1^500 - .__ 

TOTAL REVENUES - 

ANTICIPATED INCOME $128,117 $132,037 $3,920 3.1 

ESCROW AND DESIGNATED FUNDS 

World Missions Conference $ 1,200 $ 1,200 

Clinton Hispanic Mission Building Fund 16,000 16,680 
917 Hunger Funds 

Emergency Funds _ 

920 Herman Coker Trust Fund 

921 John Flake Trust Fund 
1993 Cooperative Agreement 

To be provided through the 

State Baptist Convention / 

Missions Ministries Staff Salary 
Hispanic, Mt. Olive 
Hispanic, Clinton 
Summer Missionaries 
Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries 
Deaf Mission, Poston 

.-^. $ 27,650 $ 24,550 $(3,100) -11.2 



11,500 


10,500 


(1,000) 


-8.7 


5,500 


5,500 


- 


- 


4,000 


3,000 


(1,000) 


-25.0 


5,100 


4,000 


(1,100) 


-21.6 


800 


800 


- 




750 


750 


- 


- 



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1993 Budget 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

APPROVED: This 1993 Budget was approved by the Stewardship Committee, and was also 
approved by the EBA Annual Session on October 27, 1992 at Mount Gilead Baptist Church. 

EXPENDITURES - ANTICIPATED 

January - December 1993 

% 



ADMINISTRATION 


1992 


1993 


Change 


Change 


PERSONNEL 










1110 DOM Salary 


$ 14,100 


$ 14,805 


$ 705 


5.0 


1120 DOM Housing 


10,000 


10,500 


500 


5.0 


1140 DOM Annuity 


3,400 


3,600 


200 


5.9 


1170 DOM SS Offset 


2,300 


2,415 


115 


5.0 


2110 MMD Salary 


18,300 


18,300 






2140 MMD Annuity 


2,986 


2,986 






1210 Secretary Salary 


9,600 


10,080 


480 


5.0 




60,686 


62,686 


2,000 


3.3 


STAFF- SUPPORT 










1150 DOM Insurance 


6,048 


6,550 


502 


8.3 


1130 DOM Travel 


4,400 


4,576 


176 


4.0 


2130 MMD Travel 


3,600 


3,600 






1160 DOM Conference & Conventions 


1,000 


1,000 






2150 MMD Conference & Conventions 


250 


250 






1220 SS Secretary 


720 


770 


50 


6.9 


2170 SS MMD 


1,400 
17,418 


1,400 
18,146 








728 


4.2 


OFFICE EXPENSE 










1310 Repairs 


600 


600 






1320 Copier Service 


1,000 


1,000 






1330 Supplies 


1,500 


1,500 






1340 Printing 


1,500 


1,800 


300 


20.0 


1350 Postage 


2,000 


2,200 


200 


10.0 


1360 Telephone 


1,600 


2,800 


1,200 


75.0 


1410 Equipment Purchases 


1,500 


1,500 






1510 Association Minutes 


1,500 


1,500 




* 


7110 Building & Grounds Maintenance 


3,500 


3,500 






6300 Sales Tax 


400 
15,100 


400 
16,800 


1,700 


. 


",-,'■ 


11.3 


MISSIONS 










2231 Christian Social Ministries 


120 


50 


(70) 


-58.3 


2244 Baptist Student Union 


300 


300 






CHURCH-TYPE MISSIONS 










2243 Hispanic, Clinton 


5,500 


5,000 


(500) 


-9.1 


2246 Hispanic, Mt. Olive 


9,000 


9,000 






2247 Hispanic Seminary Fund 




1,200 


1,200 




2245 Deaf Mission, Poston 


750 


750 




- 



15,670 16,300 630 4.0 

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Whatever is received is spent 

2240 Hunger Fund 

2241 Emergency Fund 







1992 


1993 


Change 


Change 


SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 










2311 


Salaries 


4,400 


4,400 


- 




2312 


FICA 


300 


300 


. 




2313 


Travel 


2,100 


2,100 


. 




2314 


Meals 


800 


800 


_ 




2315 


Housing 


800 


800 


- 




2316 


Speakers 


400 


400 


_ 




2317 


Supplies 


300 


300 


_ 




2318 


Film Rental 


70 


70 


_ 




2320 


Miscellaneous 


200 
9,370 


200 
9,370 


- 






- 


OTHER MINISTRIES 










2410 


Deaf Ministries 


750 


800 


50 


6.7 


2510 


Literacy Ministries 


600 


600 






2610 


Senior Adult Ministries 


450 


650 


200 


44.4 


2710 


Mentally Handicapped Ministries 


300 


600 


300 


100.0 


2810 


Missions Development Training 


200 


200 


- 


- 


2910 


Chaplaincy Ministries 


25 


25 




- 


2911 


Interfaith Witness Ministries 


200 


100 


(100) 


-50.0 


2830 


Missions Development Council 


25 


25 






2840 


Church Extension Ministries 


25 
2,575 


25 
3,025 


450 


- 




17.5 


CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 










3011 


Sunday School 


965 


965 


- 


- 


3021 


Discipleship Training 


) 675 


1,150 


475 


70.4 


3031 


WMU 


1,150 


1,150 


- 




3041 


Brotherhood 


100 


100 


_ 


_ 


3051 


Music 


435 


435 


. 


_ 


3061 


Evangelism 


200 


400 


200 


100.0 


3071 


Media Library 


530 


250 


(280) 


-52.8 


3081 


Seminary Extension 


50 


50 


- 


- 


3095 


Orientation Committee 


50 


50 


. 


_ 


3101 


Stewardship Committee 


60 
4,215 


60 
4,610 


395 






9.4 




FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES 










5110 


Ministers Conference 


100 


100 


. 


._ 


5120 


Ministers Wives Conferences 


50 


50 




- 


5210 


Annual Meeting 


400 
550 


400 
550 


— - 


- 




- 




MISCELLANEOUS 










6000 


Miscellaneous 


300 


300 


- 


- 


6100 


Designated 










1710 


Key Leadership Conference 


250 
550 


250 
550 


- 


- 




- 



TOTAL BUDGET 



$126,134 $132,037 $5,903 



4.7 



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Church Contributions to Associational Missions 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Albertson 

Alum Springs 

Bear Marsh 

Beulah 

Brown 

Calvary 

Calypso 

Center 

Clinton, FBC 

Hispanic, Clinton 

Concord 

Corinth 

Dobson's Chapel 

Evergreen 

Faison 

Garland 

Garner's Chapel 

Grove Park 

Hickory Grove 

Immanuel 

Ingold 

Island Creek 

Johnson 

Kenansville 

Magnolia 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Olive, FBC 

Hispanic, Mt. Olive 

Mount Vernon 

New Hope 

Peace 

Piney Grove 

Poplar Grove 

Poston 

Rose Hill 

Rowan 

Sharon 

Shiloh 

Siloam 

Teachey 

Turkey 

Union Grove 

Warsaw 

Wells Chapel 

White Oak 











NINE 












MONTHS 






% of 




% of 


ENDED 


% of 


1990 


Total 


1991 


Total 


9/30/92 


Total 


868.37 


1.1 


1,103.50 


1.3 


700.33 


1.1 


500.00 


0.7 


700.00 


0.8 


720.00 


1.1 


650.00 


0.9 


600.00 


0.7 


450.00 


0.7 


388.72 


0.5 


1,521.74 


1.8 


747.64 


0.7 


100.00 


0.1 


225.00 


0.3 


225.00 


0.3 


1,101.16 


1.4 


1,268.96 


1.5 


1,984.08 


3.0 


840.00 


1.1 


858.75 


1.0 


630.00 


1.0 


122.05 


0.2 


576.35 


0.7 


0.00 


0.0 


8,103.38 


10.6 


8,376.32 


10.0 


6,401.13 


9.8 


347.21 


0.5 


54.99 


0.1 


0.00 


0.0 


1,213.73 


1.6 


1,164.38 


1.4 


768.40 


1.2 


2,753.39 


3.6 


2,362.19 


2.8 


2,293.37 


3.5 


2,040.02 


2.7 


1,999.01 


2.4 


1,615.30 


2.5 


1,500.00 


2.0 


900.00 


1.1 


1,200.00 


1.8 


1,635.00 


2.1 


991.00 


1.2 


894.00 


1.4 


2,061.48 


2.7 


2,288.60 


2.7 


1,846.00 


2.8 


600.00 


0.8 


750.00 


0.9 


600.00 


0.9 


3,496.73 


4.6 


3,706.40 


4.4 


3,100.56 


4.7 


1,275.00 


1.7 


1,100.00 


1.3 


825.00 


1.3 


3,278.71 


4.3 


3,281.99 


3.9 


2,552.11 


3.9 


150.00 


0.2 


300.00 


0.4 


390.00 


0.6 


900.00 


1.2 


900.00 


1.1 


675.00 


1.0 


1,616.48 


2.1 


2,208.55 


2.6 


1,659.42 


2.5 


3,987.04 


5.2 


4,673.13 


5.6 


3,621.96 


5.5 


676.19 


0.9 


634.70 


0.8 


516.42 


0.8 


2,113.00 


2.8 


2,798.00 


3.3 


1,200.00 


1.8 


7,081.52 


9.3 


8,553.65 


10.2 


6,508.09 


9.9 


- 


- 


258.16 


0.3 


474.85 


0.7 


2,544.78 


3.3 


3,281.03 


3.9 


3,136.56 


4.8 


600.00 


0.8 


600.00 


0.7 


600.00 


0.9 


713.40 


0.9 


739.73 


0.9 


577.89 


0.9 


300.00 


0.4 


664.50 


0.8 


450.00 


0.7 


480.00 


0.6 


440.00 


0.5 


360.00 


* 0.6 


3,809.04 


5.0 


3,872.72 


4.6 


3,143.34 


4.8 


1,800.00 


2.4 


2,000.00 


2.4 


1,485.00 


2.3 


3,180.00 


4.2 


3,082.44 


3.7 


874.91 


1.3 


1,664.00 


2.2 


1,856.00 


2.2 


928.00 


1.4 


1,594.00 


2.1 


1,669.00 


2.0 


1,377.00 


2.1 


1,000.00 


1.3 


1,000.00 


1.2 


1,000.00 


1.5 


1,405.20 


1.8 


1,164.93 


1.4 


1,499.99 


2.3 


1,605.95 


2.1 


1,710.27 


2.0 


1,402.23 


2.1 


600.00 


0.8 


644.00 


0.8 


600.00 


0.9 


4,055.95 


5.3 


4,560.33 


5.4 


3,618.56 


5.5 


1,505.53 


2.0 


2,290.27 


2.7 


1,170.80 


1.8 


- 


- 


- 




900.00 
&65,722.94 


1.4 


$76,257.03 


100.0 : 


$83,730.49 


100.0 3 


100.0 




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Treasurer's Report - Nine Months 
Balance Sheet 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
All Funds & Depts. as of 09/30/92 

ASSETS 

CASH & CASH INVESTMENTS 

General Fund Checking $18,184.77 

Cash Investments $22 228.81 

Reserve Funds $13,909.61 

TOTAL CASH & CASH INVESTMENTS ' $54 32 3 19 

TOTAL ASSETS $54!323."l9 

LIABILITIES, FUND PRINCIPAL & DESIGNATED FUNDS 

LIABILITIES 

Payroll Taxes Payable $ 858 78 

TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 858.78 

FUND BALANCES 

Reserve Funds $15,707.06 

General Fund Beginning - $32 319 37 

EXCESS CASH REC'D YTD $ 5,437.98 

TOTAL FUND BALANCES ' $53,464.41 

TOTAL LIABILITIES, FUND PRINCIPAL & DESIGNATED FUNDS $54^323.19 



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EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
All Funds & Depts. - Report Date 09/30/92 

SOURCES OF FUNDS 



REVENUES 

Church Contributions 
Church EBA Minutes 
BSC Cooperative Agreement 
Copier Fees 
Interest Revenues 
Churches-Special Gifts 
Individuals-Special Gifts 
Sales Tax Refund 
Hunger & Emergency Funds 
Other Receipts 
State Missions Offering 
Herman Coker Trust Fund 
John Flake Trust Fund 
TOTAL REVENUES 

TOTAL SOURCES OF FUNDS 



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276.50 

16,657.78 

41.60 

2,845.13 

2,011.42 

75.00 

322.46 

101.46 

4,806.65 

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137.61 

203.14 



APPLICATION OF FUNDS 

TOTAL PERSONNEL 
TOTAL STAFF SUPPORT 
TOTAL OFFICE EXPENSE 
TOTAL MISSIONS 

TOTAL SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MIN 
TOTAL OTHER MINISTRIES 
TOTAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 
TOTAL FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES 
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS 
TOTAL APPLICATION OF FUNDS 



93,201.69 
93,201.69 



37,170.49 
11,401.27 

8,753.77 
12,131.02 

9,542.35 
931.44 

3,794.83 
25.00 

4,013.54 
87,763.71 



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5,437.98 



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1993 



Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Association 

1998 



1st Day 


*Siloam 




Evergreen 


2nd Day 


* Turkey 




Beulah 




New Hope 


1994 




1st Day 


*Piney Grove 




Mount Vernoi 


2nd Day 


* Sharon 




Shiloh 


1995 




1st Day 


* Rowan 




White Oak 


2nd Day 


* Poston 




Wells Chapel 


1996 




1st Day 


* Warsaw 




Calvary 


2nd Day 


*Bear Marsh 




Alum Springs 




Peace 


1997 





1st Day * Corinth 
Teachey 

2nd Day *Kenansville 
Albertson 



Meeting Place 

Other listed churches assisting with meal on 



1st Day 
2nd Day 

1999 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

2000 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

2001 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

2002 

1st Day Mount Olive, First 

2nd Day * Mount Gilead 
Union Grove 



Rose Hill 

*Immanuel 
Hickory Grove 

*Faison 

Calypso 

Poplar Grove 
* Garland 

Ingold 

Center 



Island Creek 
Dobson's Chapel 
Grove Park 
Brown 



Clinton, First 

Magnolia 
Concord 
Johnson 



respective days. 



Constitution and Bylaws Committee Report 

Following careful study and review the Constitution and Bylaws Committee makes 
the following recommendation. 

It is recommended that the Constitution and Bylaws Committee be authorized to 
draw proposed Articles of Incorporation for the Eastern Baptist Association and the 
services of Dr. Lynn Buzzard of Campbell University be secured to assist the Committee 
with its work. It is further recommended that the Committee be authorized to spend 
no more than $1,500 in preparing necessary documents for incorporation. 

It is finally recommended that the Constitution Committee be expanded to included 
other individuals whose training and expertise would be of value in completing this 
assignment. 



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The primary advantage of incorporation would be to limit the liability of the Associa- 
tion and the member churches. The Constitution and Bylaws of the Association would 
be updated as a part of the incorporation process and all proposed amendments brought 
to the Association for final approval. 



Mrs. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Michael Shook, Chairman 

Dona Cowan, Mrs. Violet Phillips 










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Rules of Order 

1. At the meeting of the Association, the Moderator elected at the preceding session 
shall preside. In case of his absence, the Vice Moderator shall preside. 

2. Each session of the Association shall be opened with religious exercises. 

3. At each daily session and previous to proceeding to business the Associational Clerk 
shall be requested to announce the number of churches represented and the total number 
of messengers representing these churches. When it is determined that a majority of the 
churches are represented the Moderator shall declare the Association duly constituted. It 
shall be necessary for a majority of the churches to be represented for the Association to 
transact business other than adjournment. The proceedings of the first day of the Annual 
Session shall be read the morning of the second day and the proceedings of the second 
day shall be read at the first Council of the Association to meet following the Annual 
Meeting. 

4. The members shall observe toward the officers and each other that courtesy which 
belongs to Christians. 

5. Any member wishing to speak shall arise and address the presiding officers and shall 
confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and avoid personalities. 

6. No member shall speak more than twice on the same question without permission. 

7. All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer before discus- 
sion . 

8. No motion shall be withdrawn after discussion. 

9. When a question is under discussion, no motion nor proposition shall be received 
except to adjourn, to lay on the table, to amend, to commit, or to postpone to a definite 
time, which several motions shall have preference in the order in which they are stated. 

10. After a motion has been decided, any member having voted in the majority may 
move a reconsideration. 

11. All questions except such as relate to the Constitution shall be decided by a majority 
vote. 

12. The Association shall have the right to decide what subjects shall be admitted to 
consideration . 

13. The rules of order may be altered or amended at any session of the Association by a 
majority vote. 

Constitution 

PREAMBLE 

We, the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing the EASTERN BAP- 
TIST ASSOCIATION, convinced of the necessity of an association of churches in order to 
promote fellowship, missions, education, Christian service, the preaching of the gospel. 
and to cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern 
Baptist Convention in their work, do hereby agree and subscribe to the following articles. 

ARTICLE L NAMES 

This Association shall be known and denominated as the North Carolina EASTERN 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION . . i 



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ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association is, through mutual assistance of member churches, to 
enhance spiritual growth and development by involvement in missions, education, evan- 
gelism, stewardship and fellowship. 

ARTICLE III. AUTHORITY 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in its own sphere, but shall 
never attempt to exercise any authority over the internal affairs of the churches. 

ARTICLE IV. COMPOSITION 

This Association shall be composed of all ordained ministers who are members or 
pastors of member churches, the general officers of the Association, the Director of Mis- 
sions, and three messengers from each church with an additional messenger for every one 
hundred members over the first one hundred, no church being allowed more than ten 
messengers. 

ARTICLE V. MEETINGS 

TTie Annual Session of the Association shall commence on Monday after the fourth 
Lord's Day in October. The church year for the churches of the Association shall com- 
mence on October 1, and end on September 30. 

ARTICLE VI. OFFICERS 

The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice Moderator, a Clerk, an 
Associate Clerk, the chairman of the Historical Committee, a Treasurer and an Associate 
Treasurer. All officers shall be elected annually except the chairman of the Historical Com- 
mittee who is the senior member of the Historical Committee. The Moderator shall not be 
elected to serve more than two full years at one period and shall assume office at the close 
of the Annual Session at which time he is elected. 

ARTICLE VII. TRUSTEES 

The Association shall have three (3) trustees who shall serve three-year terms in rota- 
tion, the replacement to be elected by the Association annually. 

ARTICLE VIII. EXECUTIVE BOARD 

The Association shall have an Executive Board consisting of the general officers of the 
Association, the Director of Missions, the Missions Ministries Director, the directors of 
Associational Brotherhood, Church Music, Woman's Missionary Union, Sunday' School, 
Dicipleship Training, Missions Development Program, pastors, retired pastors in the 
Association, and two laypersons (men or women) from each church to be elected by the 
church and whose names shall be included in the church letter to the Association. 

ARTICLE IX. ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL 

The Association shall have an Associational Council consisting of the officers of the Ex- 
ecutive Board, the directors of Assocational Brotherhood, Church Music, Discipleship 
Training, Missions Development Program, Sunday School, and Woman's Missionary 
Union, the chairpersons of Evangelism, Media Library, Christian Life, Church Support, 
Seminary Extension, Ministers Orientation, and Stewardship, the Director of Missions and 
the Missions Ministries Director. 

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ARTICLE X. MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

The Association shall have a Missions Development Program organization consisting of 
the Missions Development Director, the Survey Director, the Promotional Director, the 
component programs representing all mission ministries conducted by the Association, the 
Mission Ministries Director, a representative of Brotherhood, a representative of Woman's 
Missionary Union and a representative of Sunday School. 

ARTICLE XI. COMMITTEES 

The Association shall have such committees as may be deemed necessary for orderly 
and efficient achievement of the Association's purpose. Members on standing committees 
shall be on the rotating basis with one-third of the members rotating off each year. 
Members completing a three-year term shall not be eligible for re-election until one year 
has passed. A member elected to fill an unexpired term shall be eligible for election to a full 
term following the completion of the unexpired term. 

ARTICLE XII. CHURCH PROGRAMS 

The Association shall organize groups of officers for the five (5) church programs: Sun- 
day School, Discipleship Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music and Brotherhood. 

ARTICLE XIII. VISITORS 

The Association may invite visiting and corresponding brethren to seats and extend to 
them the privilege of the body, except that of voting. 

ARTICLE XIV. MISCELLANEOUS 

The Association shall not maintain a fellowship with any church which neglects to 
observe gospel order. 

ARTICLE XV. CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES 

This Constitution may be amended on the second day of any Annual Session by a vote 
of two-thirds of the messengers present provided the proposed changes have been 
presented on the first day of the Annual Session. 



Bylaws 



ARTICLE I. DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

A. MODERATOR - The Moderator, on the first day of each Annual Session of the 
Association, shall appoint the following committees to function during the session: Place 
and Preacher; Resolutions; and Memorials. At the last regular meeting of the Executive 
Board before the Annual Session of the Association, the Moderator shall appoint a Consti- 
tutional Committee to serve during the Annual Session, and a Committee on Commit- 
tees. 

It shall be the duty of the Moderator to enforce an observance of the Constitution, 
preserve order, decide all questions of order, vote in case of a tie, and act as chairman of 
the Executive Board. 

B. VICE MODERATOR - It shall be the duty of the Vice Moderator to preside in the 
absence of or at the request of the Moderator, to give other appropriate assistance to the 

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Moderator, and to succeed to the office of Moderator, if and when, during his tenure of of- 
fice the office of Moderator becomes vacant. 

C. CLERK - It shall be the duty of the Clerk to record the proceedings of each Annual 
Session, superintend their printing and distribution, and serve as secretary of the Executive 
Board and Associational Council. 

It shall be the Clerk's duty to report the actions of the Executive Board to the Annual 
Sessions of the Association. He shall report the actions of the Associational Council to the 
next meeting of the Board or to the Annual Session of the Association, whichever comes 
first. 

D. ASSOCIATE CLERK - It shall be the duty of the Associate Clerk to register the 
messengers, to report upon request the number of these churches, and to perform such 
other duties as are usually performed by an Associate Clerk. 

E. TREASURER - It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive all funds contributed by 
the churches or collected during the Annual Session of this body, to distribute all funds 
received as ordered by the Association, and to make to the Association an annual report 
of the condition of the treasury. 

F. ASSOCIATE TREASURER - It shall be the duties of the Associate Treasurer to assist 
the Treasurer in the performance of the Treasurer's duties as directed by the Treasurer. 

ARTICLE II. DUTIES OF TRUSTEES 

The Trustees shall be the representative of the Association in legal matters, and shall 
perform such duties as the Association or the Executive Board may prescribe. 

ARTICLE III. EXECUTIVE BOARD 

A. OFFICERS - The officers of the Executive Board shall be: Moderator, Vice Modera- 
tor, Clerk, Associate Clerk, Treasurer, and Associate Treasurer. The corresponding of- 
ficers of the Association elected during the last Annual Session of the Association shall 
serve in these positions on the Executive Board. 

B. DUTIES - The Executive Board shall cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina in its program for the furtherance of the work fostered by the body within 
the bounds of the Association; it shall act for the Association on any matters requiring at- 
tention between Annual Sessions of the Association; and it shall have the power to fill any 
vacancies on the Board during the year. The Clerk shall make a report of the work of the 
Executive Board at the Annual Session of the Association. The Director of Missions or 
other workers employed by the Association shall make a quarterly report to the Executive 
Board in order that the said Board shall be prepared to make a full report to this body. 

C. MEETINGS - The Executive Board shall meet once each quarter, other than in the 
quarter of the Annual Session, at a time and place designated by the Board. The 
Moderator shall serve as chairman of the Board. With proper notice of the meeting being 
given to all members, and when it is determined that a majority of the churches are 
represented the chairman shall declare the Board duly constituted for a regular or called 
meeting. 

ARTICLE IV. COMMITTEES 

A. STANDING COMMITTEE - A majority shall constitute a quorum for each commit- 
tee. 

1. ELECTION OF COMMITTEES: All committee members shall be persons who 
have demonstrated talent for performing the work of the committee, or who have stated a 

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willingness to receive training to equip them for the work of the committee. 

Standing committees shall be formed from a slate of persons selected, notified, 
secured to serve, and nominated by the Committee on Committees. The nominees, then, 
must be elected by the Association in its Annual Session. Special committees shall be 
recommended when deemed appropriate to perform the business and ministry of the 
Association, and are subject to the approval of the Executive Board. These committee 
posts shall be filled by the Committee on Committees from a slate of persons selected, 
notified, secured to serve, nominated and presented to and elected by the Executive 
Board. These committees shall have definitely prescribed duties and a definite term of 
service before they are established. 

2. STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: The Stewardship Committee shall be com- 
posed of nine (9) members. This committee shall be responsible for recommending a bud- 
get to the Association in its Annual Session, for the distribution of all Associational funds 
and for devising plans for raising such funds as are necessary for carrying on the Associa- 
tional programs. The Stewardship Committee shall lead a program of biblical stewardship 
education and promotion among the churches and on the Associational level. The Associ- 
ational Treasurer shall be a member of this committee. The Stewardship Committee shall 
have the financial records of the Association audited annually. The Associational budget 
will be on the fiscal year, January 1 - December 31. 

3. EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: The Evangelism Committee shall be composed 
of five (5) members. It shall be the duty of this committee to promote evangelism both in 
the local church and on an Associational level. It shall serve to link the Association with 
state and south-wide departments of evangelism and shall use every available means for 
fostering the cause of winning the lost to Christ. 

4. MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE: The Media Library Committee shall be com- 
posed of five (5) members duly elected by the Association, and resource personnel as ap- 
pointed by the Moderator whose duties will include arranging, cataloging and updating 
materials in the Media Library of the Eastern Baptist Association Conference Center. The 
Committee will encourage the establishing and promotion of libraries in churches. 

5. ASSOCIATIONAL SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: The Associational 
Seminary Extension Committee shall be composed of three (3) members plus the 
Seminary Extension Director, who shall serve as chairman and shall be elected annually. 
Its duties are to include selecting appropriate leaders for the center, planning the work, 
promoting the work, monitoring the operation, evaluating the work of the center, and 
developing long-range curriculum plans. 

6. PROGRAM COMMITTEE: The Program Committee shall be composed of three 
(3) members. It shall be their duty to arrange the program of the Annual Session of the 
Association and for all other sessions which may be called. 

7. ORDINATION COMMITTEE: The Ordination Committee shall be composed of 
six (6) members (pastors and deacons) . This committee shall offer to any church, upon re- 
quest, advice and assistance in the examination and ordination of deacons and ministers. 

8. HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: The Historical Committee shall consist of three (3) 
members. The committee shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to 
be included in the minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 
The senior member of the committee shall be the chairman. 

9. NOMINATING COMMITTEE: The Nominating Committee shall be composed 
of six (6) members. It shall be the duty of this committee to submit nominations to the 
Association in session for the Associational general officers (with the floor open for 
nominations) as well as for representatives to denominational agencies and interests for the 
following year and to fill any vacancies which may occur during the year. This committee 

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shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Executive Board at their second meeting for 
approval and to the Association for election, the directors of Brotherhood, Sunday 
School, Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Church Music and Missions 
Development Program. The Church Development Program directors shall then become 
members of the Nominating Committee. The Nominating Committee shall present to the 
Executive Board at their third meeting, a complete slate of officers for the five Church Pro- 
gram Organizations and the Missions Development Program. 

10. PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: The Properties Committee shall be composed of 
three (3) members. It shall be the duties of this committee to maintain an up-to-date inven- 
tory of all properties and equipment owned by the Association and make recommenda- 
tions concerning purchase or disposition of properties and equipment. 

11. CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE: The Church Support Committee shall be 
composed of three (3) members. The committee will seek to aid three smaller churches 
each year in areas that the representative churches identify and request. The committee 
shall be responsible for giving encouragement and support to ministers and church staff in 
their local church. 

12. CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: The Christian Life Committee shall be com- 
posed of three (3) members. It shall be the duty of the committee to address family and 
social issues of concern to the Christian community. 

13. MINISTERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: The Ministers Orientation Com- 
mittee shall be composed of three (3) members, whose duty it shall be to orientate new 
ministers and church staff persons in all phases of work and ministries of the Association, 
including budget, calendar and annual minutes. 

B. APPOINTED COMMITTEES: 

1. CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS COMMITTEE: This committee shall be com- 
posed of three (3) members, whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in 
the Constitution and Bylaws and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

2. PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE: This committee shall be composed of 
three (3) members, whose duty it shall be to make the Association aware of the rotating 
system of meeting places, and to recommend to the Association in the Annual Session a 
place or places for meeting, along with a preacher and alternate for the sermon for the 
following year. 

3. RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: This committee shall be composed of three (3) 
members whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the Association or 
the Executive Board and report suitable resolutions at the Annual Session. 

4. MEMORIALS COMMITTEE: This committee shall be composed of three (3) 
members whose duty it shall be to prepare and present at the Annual Session an appropri- 
ate program of memorial for those of our number who have died during the preceding 
year. These names may be secured from the letters to the Association from the member 
churches. 

5. COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES: This committee shall be composed of six (6) 
members whose duty it shall be to select and nominate persons for the standing commit- 
tees and shall appoint successors when vacancies occur during the year. 

ARTICLE V. DUTIES OF CHURCH PROGRAM DIRECTORS 

A. THE ASSOCIATION AL SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR shall promote and 
supervise the Sunday School Program of the Association, and shall be responsible for the 
direction of Vacation Bible School work of the Association in cooperation with the Director 
of Missions. 

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B. THE ASSOCIATIONAL DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING DIRECTOR shall promote 
and supervise the Church Training Program of the Association in cooperation with the 
Director of Missions. 

C. THE ASSOCIATIONAL WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTOR shall pro- 
mote and supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the Association, 
cooperating with the Director of Missions, and in keeping with the Constitution and 
Bylaws of the Woman's Missionary Union of the EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

D. THE ASSOCIATIONAL BROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR shall promote and super- 
vise the Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation with the Director of Mis- 
sions. 

E. THE ASSOCIATIONAL MUSIC DIRECTOR shall promote and supervise the 
Church Music Program of the Association in cooperation with the Director of Missions. 

ARTICLE VI. MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

A. PURPOSE - The purpose of the Missions Development Program shall be to lead the 
Association to address the priority of mission needs in the area. 

B. ORGANIZATION 

1. MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL. The Missions Development Council 
shall be composed of the Missions Development Director, the Survey Director, 
the Promotional Director, the Mission Ministries Director; the chairpersons of all 
component programs; and representatives from Brotherhood, Woman's Missionary 
Union and Sunday School. The Missions Development Program Director shall 
serve as chairperson. The Missions Development Council shall work with the 
Mission Ministries Director in discovering, analyzing and presenting to the Asso- 
ciation or the Executive Board new opportunities for mission ministries; and in 
coordination of the mission ministries of the Missions Development Program. 
Upon determining a new mission ministry is needed, the Missions Development 
Council shall prepare a written description of the component program containing 
its composition and functions. Each new component program shall be presented 
to the Association or the Executive Board for approval. 

2. COMPONENT PROGRAMS: 

a. DEAF MINISTRIES - The Deaf Ministries Program shall be composed of three 
(3) members whose duties shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate mission 
ministries to hearing-impaired persons. The Deaf Ministries Program shall pro- 
vide assistance to churches through their missionary education organizations in 
the development of ministries to hearing-impaired persons in local communities 
and in the churches' participation in deaf ministries conducted by the Association 
through enlistment, training, and guidance of volunteers in these ministries. 

b. LITERACY MINISTRIES: The Literacy Ministries Program shall be composed 
of three (3) members whose duties shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate 
missions ministries designed to assist non-readers or non-English-speaking 
persons in developing or improving literacy skills. The Literacy Ministries Pro- 
gram shall provide assistance to the churches through their missionary education 
organization in development through enlistment, training and guidance of 
volunteers in these ministries. 

c. MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRIES - The Mentally Handicapped 
Ministries Program shall be composed of three (3) members whose duties shall 
be to plan, promote, and evaluate ministries to mentally handicapped persons. 



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The Mentally Handicapped Ministries Program shall provide assistance to chur- 
ches through their missionary education organizations in development of 
ministries to mentally handicapped persons in the local communities and in 
the churches' participation in mentally handicapped ministries conducted in 
the Association through enlistment, training, and guidance of volunteers in 
these ministries. 

d. SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES - The Seasonal Farmworkers 
Ministries Program shall be composed of six (6) persons whose duties shall be 
to plan, promote and evaluate the Association's ministries to seasonal farm 
laborers. The Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Program shall provide assistance 
to churches through their missionary education organizations in providing 
ministries to seasonal farm laborers in local communities and in the churches' 
participation in seasonal farmworkers ministries conducted by the Association 
through enlistment, training, and guidance of volunteers in these ministries 

e. SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES - The Senior Adult Ministries Program shall be 
composed of three (3) members whose duties shall be to plan, promote, and 
evaluate ministries to senior adults. The Senior Adult Ministries Program' shall 
provide assistance to churches through their missionary education organiza- 
tions in development of ministries to senior adults in local communities and in 
the churches' participation in senior adult ministries conducted by the Associa- 
tion through enlistment, training, and guidance of volunteers in these 
ministries. 

f . VOLUNTEER CHAPLAIN MINISTRIES - The Volunteer Chaplain Ministries 
Program shall be composed of three (3) persons whose duties shall be to plan 
promote, and evaluate the Volunteer Chaplain Ministries programs at area 
hospitals, nursing homes, rest homes, industrial areas, con-ectional facilities 
Oails-prisons) etc. The Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Program shall provide 
assistance to the churches through their missionary education organizations in 
development of ministries to hospitals, nursing homes, rest homes con-ec- 
tional facilities, industrial areas, etc. through enlistment training, and guidance 
of volunteer chaplains in these ministries 

g. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES - The Christian Social Ministries Program 
shall be composed of three (3) members whose duties shall be to plan, promote 
and evaluate the Christian Social Ministries Program at area ministry centers 
(food, clothing, etc.), in identifying people with special needs in communities, 
in assisting churches to be on mission by ministering to and meeting human 
needs while providing a Christian witness, and in the administration of Hunger 
Funds and Emergency Funds. The Christian Social Ministries Program shall 
provide assistance to churches through their missionary education organizations 
in development of Christian Social Ministries in local communities and in the 
churches' participation in Christian Social Ministries conducted by the Association 
through enlistment, training and guidance of volunteers in these ministries 

h. INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRIES - The Interfaith Witness Ministries shall 
be composed of three (3) members whose duties shall be to plan promote 
and evaluate the Interfaith Witness Ministries Program by building an 
awareness of cults and sects, world religions, and other religious groups pro- 
viding resources for interfaith witness, and suggesting and leading interfaith 
witness activities. The Interfaith Witness Ministries Program shall provide 



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assistance to churches through their missionary education organizations in 
development of ministries to help churches to understand and witness effec- 
tively to persons of other religions through enlistment, training and guidance 
of volunteers in these ministries. 

i. CHURCH EXTENSION - The Church Extension Ministries Program shall 
be composed of five (5) members whose duties shall be to plan, promote 
and evaluate the Church Extension Ministries Program by discovering needs 
for starting churches and developing new congregations and to encourage 
the association to respond to these needs. The Church Extension Ministries 
Program shall provide assistance through their missionary education organiza- 
tions in development of ministries to help churches to become aware of the 
need for new congregations through enlistment, training and guidance of 
volunteers in these ministries. 

j. RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES 

The Resort/Leisure Ministries Program shall be composed of five (5) per- 
sons whose duties will be to plan, promote, and evaluate Resort/Leisure 
Ministries programs, including the development of resort and leisure minis- 
tries such as interstate rest stop ministries, flea market ministries, creative 
arts, special events, and experimental ministries. The Resort/Leisure Minis- 
tries Program shall provide assistance to churches through their education- 
al organizations in the development of Resort/Leisure ministries in local 
communities and the churches participation in Resort/Leisure ministries con- 
ducted by the Association through the enlistment, training, and guidance 
of volunteers in these ministries. 

ARTICLE VII. ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL 

A. PURPOSE - The purpose of the Associational Council shall be to provide a consulta- 
tive, advisory, and coordinative service to the Association and its various programs and 
committees. 

B. DUTIES - The duties of the Associational Council shall be: provide for communica- 
tion between Associational officers, organizations, and committees; study church needs in 
the Association and needs of the people in the area of the Association; propose long- 
range and short-range goals for the Association ; prepare and recommend plans for involv- 
ing organizations and committees appropriately in attaining goals; review and coordinate 
plans made by the organizations and committees and relate these to the attainment of 
goals; evaluate the use of resources; and report through appropriate channels progress 
made toward attainment of Associational goals. The Council shall exercise general super- 
vision of the work of the Director of Missions. In the event the position of Director of Mis- 
sions becomes vacant, the Council shall recommend to the Association or the Executive 
Board for approval, a search committee whose duties shall be to seek prayerfully a person 
to fill the position. 

C. OFFICERS - The officers of the Associational Council shall be the Chairman and the 
Secretary. The Moderator shall serve as Chairman. 

The Associational Clerk shall be the Secretary. In the absence of the Secretary, the 
Chairman shall appoint a temporary Secretary. 

ARTICLE VIII. BYLAWS CHANGES 

These bylaws may be amended on the second day of any Annual Session by a vote of 
the majority of the messengers present and voting, providing the proposed changes have 
been presented on the first day of the Annual Session. - 

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The 1992 Minute Book 

of the 

Eastern Baptist Association 

is concluded with the following 

Statistical Tables 

for your further information 

and reference. 

Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table C - Church Training 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 

Table H - Mission Expenditures 

Table I - Special Information 



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TABLE A CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION YEAR ENDING SeDt 30 1992 




1 


2 


Association 

EASTERN 


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1 


^'^'^ NORTH CAROLINA 


Director of Associational Missions 


Address 


City State Zip 


CHURCHES 


PASTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


ALBERTSON 


Jimmy Johnson, 515 W. Boney Wallace 28466 


Duplin 


Y 


1986 


ALUM SPRINGS 


Shelton Justice, Rt. 1 Box 38-A2, Warsaw 28398 


Duplin 


Y 


1980 


BEAR MARSH 


Darrin Wade, Rt. 2 Box 52, Mt. Olive 28365 


Duplin 


Y 


1990 


BEULAH 


Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1987 


BROWN 


Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1986 


CALVARY 


Graham Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398 


Duplin 


Y 


1990 


CALYPSO 


Greg Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325 


Duplin 


Y 


1989 


CENTER 


Albert Pope, Rt. 1 Box 239, Warsaw 28398 


Sampson 


Y 


1986 


CLINTON, FIRST 


Al Miller, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1988 


CONCORD 


Dan Sellers, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466 


Duplin 


Y 


1987 


CORINTH 


Larry W. King, Rt. 1 Box 329, Rose Hill 28458 


Duplin 


Y 


1992 


DOBSON CHAPEL 


Randy Cowan, Rt. 1 Box 118-B, Magnolia 28453 


Duplin 


Y 


1991 


EVERGREEN 


Rt. 1 Box 121, Rose Hill 28458 


Sampson 


Y 


1991 


FAISON 


Paul Rose, Rt. 1 Box 355, Mount Olive 28365 


Duplin 


Y 


1992 


GARLAND 


P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441 


Sampson 


N 




GARNER'S CHAPEL 


Tyanna Y. Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325 


Duplin 


Y 


1992 


GROVE PARK 


Michael Shook, 605 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1992 


HICKORY GROVE 


Johnny Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1986 


*HISPANIC MISS.CL. 


First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 




IMMANUEL 


Allen Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1988 


INGOLD 


Danny Johnson, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446 


Sampson 


Y 


1988 


ISLAND CREEK 


Millard Bounds, Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458 


Duplin 


Y 


1988 


JOHNSON 


John J. Hicks, Rt. 2 Box 71, Warsaw 28398 


Duplin 


Y 


1990 


KENANSVILLE 


D. Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349 


Duplin 


Y 


1987 


MAGNOLIA 


P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453 


Duplin 


Y 


1990 


*MISION MOflTEOLIVG 


Vicente Rangel, Rt. 1 Box 344, Mount Olive 28365 


Duplin 


Y 


1990 


MOUNT GILEAD 


Lynn Bullock, Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1989 


MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 


Anthony Gurganus, Box 203, Mount Olive 28365 


Wayne 


Y 


1969 


MOUNT VERNON 


E.C. Mattocks, Rt. 5 Box 50, Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1992 


NEW HOPE 


Rt. 1 Box 286, Turkey 28393 


Sampson 


N 


0000 


PEACE 


Pat Wood, Rt. 1 Box 423-F, Faison 28341 


Duplin 


Y 


1991 


PINEY GROVE 


Farrell Miller, Rt. 2 Box 122-A, Faison 28341 


Sampson 


Y 


1981 


POPLAR GROVE 


Ray Smith, Rt. 1 Box 77-H, Faison 28341 


Sampson 


Y 


1990 


POSTON 


Billy Blakley, Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466 


Duplin 


Y 


1991 


*POSTON DEAF MISS. 


Billy Blakley, Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466 


Duplin 


Y 




ROSE HILL 


Davis Benton, P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458 


Duplin 


Y 


1992 


ROWAN 


202 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


N 


0000 


SHARON 


Coleman Thomas, Box 126, Chinquapin 28521 


Duplin 


Y 


1987 


SHILOH 


Norman Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521 


Duplin 


Y 


1988 


SI LOAM 


Tim Register, Rt. 1 Box 19, Harrells 28444 


Sampson 


Y 


1984 


TIACHEY 


Dale Myers, P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464 


Duplin 


Y 


1989 


TURKEY 


Mack Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393 


Sampson 


Y 


1984 


UNION GROVE 


Charles Moore, Rt. 4 Box 307, Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1991 


WARSAW 


James E. Drake, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398 


Duplin 


Y 


1991 


WELLS CHAPEL 


Ottis L. King, Rt. 1 Box 123-H, Wallace 29466 


Sampson 


Y 


1985 


WHITE OAK 


Rt. 6, Clinton 28328 


Sampson 


Y 


1986 


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TABLE B SUNDAY SCHOOL 


YEAR ENDING Sept. 30, 1992 


53 


S4 


Association ^^3-^^^^^ 


(Month & Day) 


1^ 




^'^^^ NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Sunday School Director 


Address 


City State Zip 


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CHURCHES 


SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 




ALBERTSON 


Alyce Kelly, Rt. 1 Box 184, Albertson 28508 


2 


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ALUM SPRINGS 


Wayland Southerland, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365 





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BEAR MARSH 


Tim Bell, Rt. 5, Mt. Olive 28365 





20 


BEULAH 


Virginia Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 58, Turkey 28393 








BROWN 


Jimmy A. Carr, Rt. 3 Box 97, Clinton 28328 





5 


CALVARY 


John Casteen, Rt. 1 Box W-27, Warsaw 28398 


4 


8 


CALYPSO 


Greg Wiggins, US 117, Mt. Olive 28365 





5 


CENTER 


Ray A. Cannon, Rt. 1, Garland 28441 


1 


3 


CLINTON, FIRST 


John West, 110 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328 





77 


CONCORD 


Gary Bell, P.O. Box 725, Rose Hill 28458 


1 


12 


CORINTH 


Charles Knowles, Rt. 1 Box 123-B, Wallace 28466 


6 


12 


DOBSON CHAPEL 


Timothy Nethercutt, P.O. Box 702, Kenansville 28349 





13 


EVERGREEN 


Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444 





13 


FAISDiN 


Melvin Rogers, p,0. Box 395, Faison 28341 


3 


8 


GARLAND 


Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441 





5 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 


Bernard Jones, Rt. 1 Box 74-G, Mt. Olive 28365 





10 


GROVE PARK 


Jimmy Cooper, P.O. Box 691, Clinton 28328 





34 


HICKORY GROV£ 


Larry Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 144, Clinton 27832 





14 


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IMMANUEL 


Paul Tippett, 203 Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328 





21 


INGOLD 


Bobby H. Lamb, Rt. 1 Box 319, Garland 28441 


1 


2 


ISLAND CREEK 


George Brown, Rt. 2, Wallace 28466 


3 


7 


JOHNSON 


Ellen Bell, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398 








KENANSVILLE 


Floyd Adams, P.O. Box 1, Kenansville 28349-0001 





47 


MAGNOLIA 


Susan Joyner, P.O. Box 184, Magnolia 28453 





2 


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9 


MOUNT GILEAD 


Bryon Bass, Rt. 1 Box 106, Clinton 28328 





17 


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Richard Blackwelder, 110 Smith Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 


2 


30 


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24 


NEW HOPE 


Esther Hines, Rt. 1 Box 275, Turkey 28393 








PEACE 


Gene Hines, 104 Church St., Calypso 28325 





7 


PINEY GROVE 


Dewitt King, Rt. 2, Faison 28341 


2 


10 


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Grover Miller, Rt. 2 Box 81-A-2, Faison 28341 


1 


4 


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Tommie Blanton, P.O. Box 92, Wallace 28466 


2 


14 


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ROSE HILL 


Larry Price, P.O. Box 638, Rose Hill 28458 





10 


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James Flowers, Rt. 4, Clinton 28328 





40 


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Everline Albertson, Chinquapin 28521 





8 


SHILOH 


Keith Andrews, Rt. 1 Box 327, Beulaville 28518 





11 


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Wayne Cannady, Rt. 1 Box 154-A, Wallace 28466 





9 


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Josey Wells, Rt. 1 Box 50, Teachey 28464 





14 


TURKEY 


David Hudson, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 


5 


13 


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Raeford Carter, Jr., Rt. 4 Box 349-A, Clinton 28328 





15 


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Gerald H. Quinn, P.O. Box 283, Warsaw 28398 


9 


9 


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Edward Thornton, Jr., Rt. 1, Willard 28478 





8 


WHITE OAK 


Kirtz Adams, Rt. 6 Box 235, Clinton 28328 





3 


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TABLE C DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING YEAR ENDING SGOt. 30. 1992 


73 


Association (Month & Dayi 




EASTERN 


E 1 


State 


NORTH CAROLINA 


1 ; 
1 

ill 


Associational Discipleship Training Director 


Address City State Zip 


CHURCHES 


DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


ALBERTSON 







ALUM SPRINGS 







BEAR MARSH 




: 


BEULAH 







BROWN 




. 


CALVARY 







CALYPSO 







CENTER 




, 


CLINTON, FIRST 







CONCORD 


Dan Sellers, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466 





CORINTH 


Larry Knowles, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458 





DOBSON CHAPEL 


Randy Cowan, Rt. 1 Box U8-B, Magnolia 28453 





EVERGREEN 







FAISON 







GARLAND 


J.T. Riley, P.O. Box 182, Garland 28441 


If 

j 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 




GROVE PARK 


Denise Scronce, Rt. 4 Box 346-AA, Clinton 28328 


2 i 


HICKORY GROVE 




ni 


*HISPANIC MISS. CL. 







IMMANUEL 


Julia Hansen, 1000 Naylor St., Clinton 28328 


^i 


INGOLD 







ISLAND CREEK 







JOHNSON 







KENANSVILLE 


D. Gene Lakey,Jr., P.O. Box 874, Kenansville ^349-0874 





MAGNOLIA 







*MISION MONTE OLIVO 







MOUNT GILEAD 


Lynn Bullock, Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328 





MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 


Jerry Whaley, Rt. 3 Box 643, Dudley 28333 


8 


MOUNT VERNON 







NEW HOPE 







PEACE 


Virginia Hines, 104 Church St., Calypso 28325 





PINEY GROVE 







POPLAR GROVE 







POSTON 


Jeff Murray, Rt. 3 Box 20, Wallace 28466 


3 


*POSTON DEAF MISSIOr 







ROSE HILL 


Cynthia Price, P.O. Box 638, Rose Hill 28458 





ROWAN 




4 


SHARON 


Pat Bennett, Chinquapin 28521 





SHILOH 








SI LOAM 




TEACHEY 







TURKEY 


Jane Robinson, P.O. Box 13, Turkey 28393 


8 


UNION GROVE 







WARSAW 







WELLS CHAPEL 


Eddie King, Rt. 1 Box 214-A, Willard 28478 





WHITE OAK 







TOTALS 




26 


*Mission Figures No 


; Included In Totals 





-68- 



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76 


77 


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-69- 









TABLE D MUSIC MINISTRY 


YEAR ENDING ^q^^ ^ 39, 1992 


87 


Association 

EASTERN 


(Month & Day) 




^"" NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Music Director 








j 


Address 


City State Zip 


CHURCHES 


MUSIC DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


ALBERTSON 







ALUM SPRINGS 


Connie Jones, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365 





BEAR MARSH 


Renee Bell, Rt. 5, Mt. Olive 28365 


4 


BEULAH 


Milton Massey, Rt. 1 Box 22-A, Turkey 28393 





BROWN 


Lua C. Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328 


1 


CALVARY 


Russell Killette, Rt. 1, Warsaw 20398 





CALYPSO 


Cindy Jones, P.O. Box, Calypso 28325 





CENTER 


Joyce Hudson, Rt. 1 Box 135-A, Harrells 28444 


0, 


CLINTON, FIRST 


Jean Hatch, 309 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328 


35 


CONCORD 


Sandra Boone, Rt. 1 Box 82, Rose Hill 28458 





CORINTH 


Lena Benton, Rt. 1, Teachey 28463 





DOBSON CHAPEL 


Janet Register, Rt. 2 Box 169-A, Rose Hill 28458 





EVERGREEN 


Gloria Simmons, Rt. 1 Box 121, Rose Hill 28458 


5 


FAISON 




Q< 


GARLAND 


Gene Hart, P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441 





GARNER'S CHAPEL 


Gale Grady, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365 


2^ 


GROVE PARK 


Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328 





HICKORY GROVE 


Cindy Grumpier, Rt. 1, Clinton 28328 


0' 


^HISPANIC MISS. CL. 




0| 


IMMANUEL 


Joanne Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328 


12;: 


INGOLD 


Bobby H. Lamb, Rt. 1 Box 319, Garland 28441 


0; 


ISLAND CREEK 


Johnny Norris, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458 





JOHNSON 







KENANSVILLE 


Gina Hardy, P.O. Box 993, Kenansville 28349 


20. 


MAGNOLIA 


Rita Brown, U. 1, Magnolia 28453 





*MISION MONTE OLIVO 







MOUNT GILEAD 


Karen Priscall, 102 Barrus Ave., Clinton 28328 


6;* 


MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 




9? 


MOUNT VERNON 




4 
0\ 


NEW HOPE 




PEACE 


Janice Wood, Rt. 1 Box 423-F, Faison 28341 


0) 


PINEY GROVE 


Ruth King, Rt. 2, Faison 28341 


^\ 


POPLAR GROVE 







POSTON 


Louise English, 203 S. Currie St., Wallace 28466 





*POSTON DEAF MISSION 







ROSE HILL 


Linda Murphy, Rt. 1 Box 76-E, Rose Hill 28458 





ROWAN 







SHARON 




SHILOH 


Rffton Raynor, Rt. 2 Box 240, Wallace 28466 


SI LOAM 




6 


TEACHEY 


Rhonda Lucus, Rt. 1, Teachey 28464 





TURKEY 


Mae Pinyatello, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 


8 


UNION GROVE 




6 


WARSAW 


Gary Stuart, 107 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398 





WELLS CHAPEL 


Geraldine Johnson, P.O. Box 146, Harrells 28444 





WHITE OAK 


Sally Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328 





TOTALS 




124 


*Mission Figures No 


Included in Totals 

-70- 


+4 

























88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


95 


96 


97 


98 


1 


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21 


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24 


34 


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51 


4 


10 


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16 


271 


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46 


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19 











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37 


23 


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10 





2 





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7 











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14 


6 


8 





2 





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34 


20 


3 


5 


9 


12 


14 








5 





50 


25 


13 


15 


15 


32 











5 





80 


63 











19 











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22 


17 



































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4 


6 





17 





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45 


32 


14 


9 


23 


25 











10 


8 


98 


86 


5 


5 


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45 


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52 








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130 


145 


154 


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65 


71 


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+5 


+4 


+14 








+2 




+34 


+10 



-71- 



TABLE E WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



Association 



YEAPENoiNG $ept. 30, 1992 



EASTERN 



(Month & Dayl 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Associational WMU Director 



Address 



City 



Zip 



CHURCHES 



WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 



Diane Herring, Rt. 2, Mt. Olive 28365 
Beverly Hatch, Rt.5, Mt. Olive 28365 
Vickie Ricks, Rt. 1 Box 101, Turkey 28393 
Ann Peterson, Rt. 3 Box 55-C, Clinton 28328 

Myrtle Joyner, Rt. 5, Mt. Olive 28365 

Leona Blackburn, Rt. 1 Box 404, Garland 28441 



CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNER'S CHAPEL 



Tonya Wright, 300 Arrowhead Dr., Clinton 28328 
Mary Lee Usher, Rt. 1 Box 86, Rose Hill 28458 
Thelma Jones, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458 
Betty Brown, Rt. 2 Box 166-A, Rose Hill 28458 
Daisy Chestnutt, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 
Helen Flowers, P.O. Box 46, Faison 28341 
Mary S. Carter, P.O. Box 334, Garland 28441 
Betty DeLuca, P.O. Box 182, Dudley 28333 



GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
*HISPANIC MISS. CL, 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 



Alma Parson, 1010 Lakeview St., Clinton 28328 
Carrol Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328 

Frances Tew, 904 Warren St., Clinton 28328 
Irene Puryear, Rt. 4 Box 281, Clinton 28328 
Lula Mae Rouse, Rt. 2 Box 125, Rose Hill 28458 
Connie Carlton, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398 
Macy Brinson, P.O. Box 31, Kenansville 28349-0031 



MAGNOLIA 
*MISION MONTE OLIVO 
MOUNT GILEAD 
MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 
MOUNT VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 



Inez Rouse, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 

Vonda Williams, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328 

Judy Caveness, 112 E.John St., Mt. Olive 28365 

Lillian Johnson, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 

Blanche Casey, Rt. 5, Clinton 28328 



POPLAR GROVE 
POSTON 
*POSTON DEAF MISS 
ROSE HILL 
ROWAN 
SHARON 
SHILOH 
SI LOAM 



ION 



Billie King, Rt. 1 Box 92, Faison 28341 
Glenda Brinson, 515 Forest Lane, Wallace 28466 

Carlotta Edwards, P.O. Box 866, Rose Hill 28458 
Lucille Yancey, Box 711, Clinton 28328 
Arline Rhodes, Wallace 28466 
Kay Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box 347, Chinquapin 28521 
Lynn Sanderson. Rt. 1 Box 193. Rose Hill 28458 



TEACHEY 
TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 

WELLS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 

TOTALS 



Mrs. Willard Fussell, P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464 
Helen Register, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 
Linda Hobbs, Rt. 4 Box 292-C, Clinton 28328 
Carolyn Drew, Rt. 1 Box 185, Warsaw 28398 
Mary Jane Bland, Rt. 2 Box 39, Harrells 28444 
Sharon Boone, Rt. 6 Box 212, Clinton 28328 



*Mission Figures Not 



Included In Totals 
-72- 























:', 






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1 105 


106 


J 107 


1 108 


1 109 


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1 111 


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11 


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17 


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110 


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53 





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10 


16 





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32 


6 





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13 


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9 


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6 


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100 


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138 


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97 


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35 


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115 


199 


192 


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+1 


+1 




+6 


+12 


+5 


+12 


+11 


+12 


+1 




+53 



73- 



TABLE F BROTHERHOOD 



YEAR ENDING $ept. 30, 1992 



EASTERN 



State 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Associational Brotherhood Director 



Address 


City State Zip 


CHURCHES 


BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) I 


ALBERT50N 




ALUM SPRINGS 


Larry Brinson, Rt. 1, Seven Sppirngs 28578 


BEAR MARSH 




BEULAH 




BROWN 




CALVARY 




CALYPSO 




CENTER 




CLINTON, FfRST 


Jimmy Matthews, 212 Arrowhead Dr., Clinton 28328 


CONCORD 


Steve Boone, Rt. 1 Box 8d2, Rose Hill 28458 


CORINTH 




DOBSON CHAPEL 


Eugene Nethercutt, P.O. Box 234, Kenansville 28349 


EVERGREEN 


Billy Chestnutt, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 


FAISON 


Melvin Rogers, P.O. Box 395, Faison 28341 


GARLAND 


Coleman Carter, P.O. Box 334, Garland 28441 i 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 


Mark Best, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365 


GROVE PARK 


Arthur Chapel 1, 601 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328 


HICKORY GROVE 




*HISPANIC MISS. CL. 




IMMANUEL 


Joseph Tart, P.O. Box 652, Clinton 28328 


INGOLD 


Glenn McLamb, Rt. 4 Box 127, Clinton 28328 ; 


ISLAND CREEK 


Allen Southerland, Rt. 3 Box 177, Wallace 28466 


JOHNSON 


Tommy Dent, Rt. 2 Box 135-B, Warsaw 28398 


KENANSVILLE 




MAGNOLIA 




*MISION MONTE OLIVO 




MOUNT GILEAD 


Larry Matthis, Jr., Rt,. 2 Box 118, Clinton 28328 


MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 


Angelo San Fratello, Rt. 4 Box 21 -B, Mt. Olive 28365 


MOUNT VERNON 




NEW HOPE 




PEACE 




PINEY GROVE 




POPLAR GROVE 




POSTON 


Phil Stoddart, 4 Washington Cir., Wallace 28466 


*POSTON DEAF MISSIO^ 


1 


ROSE HILL 




ROWAN 


Donald Pope, Box 411, Clinton 28328 


SHARON 




SHILOH 




SI LOAM 


Charles H. Murphy, Rt. 1 Box 98, Harrells 28444 


TEACHEY 




TURKEY 


Terry Cottle, 802 Walkingstick Train, Clinton 28328 


UNION GROVE 


Robert Andrasko, Rt. 4 Box 356, Clinton 28328 


WARSAW 




WELLS CHAPEL 


C. Bland Carr, Rt. 1 Box 217, Willard 28478 


WHITE OAK 




TOTALS 


11 


*Mission Figures No 


t Included In Totals 



-74- 



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115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


122 


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6 


6 








10 


55 


20 


60 


60 


217 















































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15 


4 


5 


5 




















19 





2 








1 


15 











18 

















7 











7 








6 








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8 





24 
































8 


5 











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8 


8 





10 














34 

















20 











20 

















18 











18 











10 


5 


7 


5 


13 





40 


5 


5 























10 






























































4 


4 


4 








10 











22 


8 


5 











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25 


25 





88 


5 


5 


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10 





























































5 


5 





10 













































































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7 


4 





18 





























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4 











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10 


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57 


57 


24 


10 


42 


275 


78 


125 


60 


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+5 


+5 






+ 10 








+25 



■75- 



TABLE G TOTAL RECEIPTS. LOCAL EXPENDITURES & STEWARDSHIP YEAR ENDING SGpt . 30, 1992 



EASTERN 



(Month & Day) 



State 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Associational Treasurer 



City 



State 



Zip 



CHURCHES 



TREASURERS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 



Johnnie Harper, Rt. 1 Box 296-A, Albertson 28508 
Ruth Outlaw, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365 
Glenn Kornegay, 907 Holloman St., Mt. Olive 28365 
Milton Massey, Rt. 1 Box 22-A, Turkey 28393 
Marie J. Pope, Rt. 6 Box 504, Clinton 28328 
Ruth Dail, Rt. 1 Box 203-G, Warsaw 28398 
Glanton Barwick, P.O. Box, Calypso 28325 
Barbara Smith, Rt. 1 Box 645, Garland 28441 



CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNER'S CHAPEL 



Bill Dunlap, Rt. 1 Box 486-A, Roseboro 28382 
Martha Blanchard, Rt. 1 Box 71, Rose Hill 28458 
Jimmy Matthews, Rt. 2 Box 385-A, Rose Hill 28458 
Janet Register, Rt. 2 Box 169-A, Rose Hill 28458 
James Ezzell, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 
Iris Brogden, P.O. Box 67, Faison 28341 
Ina M. Hales, P.O. Box 162, Garland 28441 
Durham Grady, Rt. 1 Box 123, Mt. Olive 28365 



GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
*HISPANIC MISS. 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 



CL. 



Charles Warren, 110 Underwood St., Clinton 28328 
Barbara Naylor, Rt. 1 Box 137-E, Clinton 28328 

Doris Martin, 1000 Powers St., Clinton 28328 
Betsy Carter, Rt. 1 Box 335, Garland 28441 
Centelle Hanchey, Rt. 3 Box 173, Wallace 28466 
Violette Phillips, P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349 
Rose Swain, Rt. 2 Box 117-Q, Warsaw 28398 



MAGNOLIA 
*MISION .MONTE OLIVO 
MOUNT GILEAD 
MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 
MOUNT VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 



Alma Martino, P.O. Box 3, Magnolia 28453 
Jenny Jeanes, P.O. Box 203, Mt. Olive 28365 
Larry Wiggins, Rt. 2 Box 128-A, Clinton 28328 
Margaret Martin, 500 W. Main St., Mt. Olive 28365 

Edward Colwel!, Rt. 1 Box 286, Turkey 28393 
Virginia Hines, 104 Church St., Calypso 28325 
Newitt Norris, Rt. 1 Box 165-B, Faison 28341 



POPLAR GROVE 
POSTON 
*POSTON DEAF MISSION 
ROSE HILL 
ROWAN 
SHARON 
SHILOH 
SI LOAM 



Meredith Spencer, Rt, 
Elizabeth Rivenbark, 



1 Box 78, Faison 28341 
505 Westbrook St., Wallace 28466 



Ross Powell, P.O. Box 1047, Rose Hill 28458 

W.L. Brant, Chinquapin 28521 

Berena Alston, Rt. 2 Box 275-A, Wallace 28466 

Robert 0. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444 



TEACHEY 
TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 

WELLS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 

TOTALS 



Elwood Fussell, P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464 

Elsie Hudson, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 

Louise Carter, Rt. 4 Box 301, Clinton 28328 

Charles Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 266-B-2, Kenansville 28349 

Brenda Bowen, Rt. 2 Box 127-A, Harrells 28444 

Jackie Dixon, Rt. 7 Box 196, Clinton 28328 



^Mission Figures No|t Included in Totals 

' -76- 



125 


126 


127 


128 


129 


130 


1 131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


1 a 


■s i. 


i 


J2 




1 

-5 


{1 

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-i 


2? 


15 

-2 ^ 

MM 


1 


M§ 


li 


= 


■i 


II 


s 


Jsi, 


1 


= 


II 


1 


6,915 


27,409 





27,409 





12,240 


5,335 





943 


8,527 


27,045 


5,575 


18,803 


373 


19,176 





5,164 








1,641 


10,003 


16,808 


7,750 


52,453 


15,424 


67,877 





28,302 


46,201 





2,804 


19,034 


96,341 


144 


26,074 


1,173 


27,247 





7,459 








997 


8,651 


17,107 


3,000 


29,306 





29,306 





22,801 








1,300 


4,500 


28,601 


18,939 


67,552 





67,552 





16,920 








1,520 


23,707 


42,147 


1,351 


41,597 


1,933 


43,530 





25,824 








1,543 


15,368 


42,735 


?,175 


14,975 





14,975 





4,417 








525 


7,000 


11,942 


'84,056 


474,115 


70,306 


544,421 





166,128 








10,740 


305,346 


482,214 


3,467 


26,758 





26,758 





11,520 





1,243 


1,215 


3,562 


17,540 


3,710 


67,602 


786 


68,388 





17,313 








2,571 


16,105 


35,989 


13,090 


48,031 


144 


48,175 





20,904 








1,582 


19,293 


41,779 


13,278 


49,489 


1,848 


51,337 





14,669 








1,512 


7,829 


24,010 


3»937 


33,728 


1,500 


35,228 





9,125 








1,359 


10,633 


21,117 


7,819 


51,828 





51,828 





11,584 








3,264 


11,199 


26,047 


1 5,165 


28,000 





28,000 





9,054 








1,171 


7,521 


17,746 


10,139 


208,606 


665 


209,271 





64,335 





35,090 


10,615 


55,960 


166,000 


2,108 


38,530 


6,447 


44,977 





22,792 








1,470 


11,912 


36,174 



































10,885 


104,564 


492 


105,056 





39,719 








4,840 


50,620 


95,179 


6,023 


30,938 





30,938 





16,057 





2,800 


1,537 


6,911 


27,305 


2,587 


56,546 


465 


57,011 





28,158 








1,984 


16,966 


47,108 


16,797 


51,294 


5,069 


56,363 





22,567 








1,476 


10,322 


34,365 


56,158 


151,162 


6,729 


157,891 





31,513 








5,891 


43,885 


81,289 


5,097 


32,225 





32,225 





12,806 








1,128 


15,674 


29,608 


540 


14,482 


22,674 


37,156 





14,886 








669 


10,073 


25,628 


20,244 


101,208 


798 


102,006 


15,000 


35,842 





15,250 


3,998 


36,556 


91,646 


W,975 


270,902 


22,674 


293,576 





107,332 








8,069 


98,599 


214,000 


7,635 


73,647 


722 


74,369 





24,854 








4,871 


19,988 


49,713 


2,025 


24,201 





24,201 





13,592 








472 


4,628 


18,692 


987 


26,857 





26,857 





11,574 





4,090 


1,207 


8,211 


25,082 


19,169 


74,101 





74,101 


30,000 


29,887 


43,258 





2,938 


12,234 


88,317 


2,889 


21,788 





21,788 





11,440 








503 


3,759 


15,702 


18,518 


113,845 


18, 291 


132,136 


30,000 


40,125 





6,562 


6,187 


43,514 


96,388 



































7,703 


109,017 





109,017 





11,364 








8,100 


37,162 


56,626 


14,789 


69,623 


517 


70,140 





37,113 








4,931 


17,189 


59,233 


15,750 


70,750 





70,750 





35,000 


2,500 





3,500 


8,750 


49,750 


6,550 


63,943 


25 


63,968 





34,209 








2,333 


20,399 


56,941 


7,497 


38,672 





38,672 





i9,394 








1,543 


11,092 


32,029 


20,235" 


68,150 


540 


68,690 





27,243 








1,551 


22,011 


50,805 


7,089 


52,588 


793 


53,381 





18,069 








3,247 


17,287 


38,603 


9,177 


45,199 


1,744 


46,943 





30,453 








1,706 


10,432 


42,591 


27,762 


176,233 


3,680 


179,913 





56,284 








5,965 


104,610 


166,859 


5,837 


59,490 


1,039 


60,529 





23,595 








4,414 


10,310 


38,319 


928 


43,444 


2,744 


46,188 





17,000 








1,672 


14,956 


33,628 


22,289 


3,161,596 


[66,199 


,327,795 


75,000 


1,180,887 


97,294 


65,035 


125,964 


[,172,227 ! 


,641,407 


/'6,350 


+73,647 


+722 


+74,36^ 




+24,854 






4,8/1 


19m\ 


49,713 



-77- 



TABLE H MISSION EXPENDITURES YEAR ENDING Sept. 30, 1992 


136 1 137 


Association p._.j.j_p|^^ (Month & Day) 


CHURCH SPONSORED 




1 e 

g ^ 

11 




^'''' NORTH CAROLINA 




Associational Clerk 


-g 1 


Address City State Zip 


ih 


CHURCHES 


CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDES ZIP CODE) 


III 


III 


ALBERTSON 
ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BROWN 
CALVARY 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 


Douglas Stroud, P.O. Box 25, Albertson 28508 
Marie K. Harper, Rt. 2 Box 28, Mt. Olive 28369-1964 
Doris K. Holland, 314 W. Station St., Mt. Olive 
Susie Thornton, 11 Hamilton Dr., Clinton 28328 
Sharon S. Carr, Rt. 3 Box 97, Clinton 28328 
Beatrice Cooke, 406 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398 
Pam King, Rt. 5 Box 59-E, Mt. Olive 28365 
Leona Blackburn, Rt. 1 Box 404, Garland 28442 














CLINTON, FIRST 
CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNER'S CHAPEL 


Sue Miller, 305 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328 
Mary Lee Usher, Rt. 1 Box 86, Rose Hill 28458 
Betty P. Butts, 108 E. Cavenaugh St., Wallace 28466 
Julia Brock, Rt. 2 Box 146, Rose Hill 28458 
Annie H. Daniels, Rt. 1 Box 122, Rose Hill 28458 
Joe Foss, Rt. 1 Box 27, Faison 28341 
Sandra B. Norris, P.O. Box 552, Garland 28441 
Annie B. Albertson, Rt. 1 Box 437, Mt. Olive 28365 












19,54.' 

1 

ij 
1 
1 

1,20( 


GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
*HISPANIC MISS. CL. 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 


Hazel Hardwick, 400 Willow Rd., Clinton 28328 
Judy David, Rt. 3 Box 133-D, Clinton 28328 

Doris Martin, 1000 Powers St., Clinton 28328 
Sara W. Pope, Rt. 4 Box 92, Clinton 28328 
Kathaleen Caldwell, P.O. Box 293, Wallace 28466 
Joanne West, P.O. Box 502, Warsaw 28398 
Edna E. Brinson, P.O. Box 8, Kenansville 28349-0008 












1 


MAGNOLIA 
*MISION MONTE OLIVO 
MOUNT GILEAD 
MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 
MOUNT VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 


Gail C. Whaley, Rt. 1 Box 270-C5, Warsaw 28398 

Judy Barefoot, P.O. Box 175, Turkey 28393 
T.E. Shaver, Rt. 3 Box 314, Mt. Olive 28365 

Sherry Hines, Rt. 1 Box 272, Turkey 28393 
Kenneth Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325 
Eloise L. Clifton, Rt. 1 Box 75, Faison 28341 






1,000 





11,94( 

1 

(1 

([ 

(j 


POPLAR GROVE 
POSTON 
*POSTON DEAF MISSION 
ROSE HILL 
ROWAN 
SHARON 
SHILOH 
SI LOAM 


Ann Miller, Rt. 2 Box 81-A-2, Faison 28341 
Glenda Brinson, 515 Forest Ln., Wallace 28466 

George Hawes, Rt. 2 Box 6, Rose Hill 28458 
Judith P. Hairr, Rt. 2 Box 84-A, Clinton 28328 
Madeline Norris, Rt. 1 Box 2-E, Chinquapin 28521 
Cathy Jarosewicz, Rt. 2 Box 250-B, Wallace 28466 
Lela M. Harrell, Rt. 1 Box 64, Harrells 28444 






999 





( 

4,38i, 
(j 
( 
( 
60( 
( 
1 


TEACREY 
TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WARSAW 
WELLS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 

TOTALS 


Mrs. R.C. Jenkins, Rt. 1 Box 352, Teachey 28464 
Carolyn Ezzell, Rt. 1 Box 164-X, Turkey 28393 
Louise Carter, Rt. 4 Box 301, Clinton 28328 
Peggy Grice, 309 E. Pollock St., Warsaw 28398 
Joan Ivey, 105 Sunset Dr., Wallace 28466 
Mary Alice Boney, Rt. 6 Box 224, Clinton 28328 









999 


C 

c 
c 
c 
c 

37,675 


*Mission Figures Not 


Included in Totals 

-78- 


+1,000 





5 

138 


139 


140 1 141 1 142 1 143 


1 144 


145 


1 146 


1 147 j 148 1 149 


150 


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OTHER MISSION CAUSE EXPENDITURES 












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if 
if 


M 


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1 
1 




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214 


l,08c 


Z95 


36£ 


458 





324 


69 


27 


369 


2,999 


3,233 


u 


1,500 


72C 


314 


411 


614 





510 


325 


386 


61 


3,341 


4,841 


u 


4,511 


60C 





599 


1,505 





1,800 











4,504 


9,015 


u 


1,808 


1,033 





1,767 


335 








100 








3,235 


5,043 


u 





225 


125 


732 


577 

















1,659 


1,659 


u 


2,789 


2,491 


45 


181 


300 

















3,017 


5,806 


u 


1,020 


840 





396 


971 

















2,207 


3,227 


u 


391 


480 





40 


132 











20 





672 


1,063 


y,b48 


31,849 


8,315 


1,297 


7,575 


L0,385 














1,000 


28,572 


79,969 


u 


2,329 


1,165 


113 


263 


305 





78 


76 


43 


151 


2,194 


4,523 


u 


7,017 


2,871 





744 


1,666 














100 


5,381 


12,398 


u 


3,222 


2,098 





405 


643 














155 


3,301 


6,523 


u 


1,200 


1,200 


271 


547 


904 


100 


489 


241 


200 


662 


4,614 


5,814 


u 


1,227 


1,227 





1,366 


304 

















2,897 


4,124 


u 


4,297 


2,363 


100 


517 


1,500 

















4,480 


8,777 


»k:uu 


1,000 


600 


225 


175 


325 





155 








710 


2,190 


4,390 


u 


19,847 


3,969 


l,/80 


2,467 


2,700 

















10,916 


30,763 


u 


2,260 


1,100 


1,2/3 


311 


569 





149 


80 








3,482 


5,742 


u 


























n 


n 








u 


6,772 


3,101 


60 


1,739 


1,905 





1,070 








448 


8,323 


15,095 


u 


141 


390 





137 


317 














174 


1,018 


1,159 


u 


1,188 


1,151 


21/ 


611 


1,226 





50 








1,113 


4,368 


5,556 


u 


499 


1,740 


100 


834 


668 











16 


371 


3,729 


4,228 


u 


6,175 


4,750 


410 


854 


1,244 





610 


200 


2.00 


1,335 


9,603 


15,778 





2,500 





122 


331 


593 





67 


95 


100 


141 


1,449 


3,949 


u 


1,152 


576 





167 


112 

















855 


2,007 





9,104 


3,034 


300 


1,385 


1,944 





100 


31 


55 


637 


7,486 


16,590 


1.940 


28,494 


9,055 


1,654 


3,434 


6,413 





660 


653 





1,660 


23,529 


63,963 


i,UUU 


6,601 


3,916 





775 


989 





200 








5,229 


11,109 


18,710 





1,000 


650 





365 


280 





85 








125 


1,505 


2,505 





1,767 


757 


150 


153 


217 














26 


1,303 


3,070 


u 


500 


600 


251 


863 


655 





301 











2,670 


3,170 





1,200 


480 








150 

















630 


1,830 


,38/ 


10,438 


4,159 


1,128 


1,643 


1,150 

















8,080 


22,905 









































u 








800 


1,200 


3,966 





100 











6,066 


6,066 


999 


2,635 


1,412 


220 


1,152 


1,314 





73 


77 


75 





4,323 


7,957 


bOO 


3,600 





460 


600 


1,196 











626 





2,882 


7,082 


U 


5,828 


1,748 


201 


344 


550 





210 








727 


3,780 


9,608 


U 


1,118 


1,00C 


139 


506 


695 





286 


50 


50 


1,402 


4,128 


5,246 










5,000 
4,597 

7,981 
4,830 
960 


1,400] 
1,831 

600 
5,016 
2,194 

900 


,200 
361 

960 
133 
175 


2,405 
1,038 

300 
1,660 
1,638 

295 


5,735 
1,424 

326 
3,140 
1,723 

465 










825 
95 
880 
942 
659 
100 


415 

568 
470 
450 
30 


225 
150 

470 
150 
27 


6,525 

837 



1,612 

313 

17 


18,730 
5,736 
2,674 

14,270 
7,260 
2,009 


23,730 
10,333 

2,674 
22,251 
12,090 

2,969 


5,674 


192,828 


78,354 


4,879^ 


^2,351 


51.489 


100 


10,618 


3,93r 


?,87n 


20,671 


^35,212 


466.712 


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+6,601 


+3.916 




+775 


+989 




+200 




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H5,229 


11,109 


+18,710 



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23 


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26 


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CHURCHES 


ALBERTSON 


1 





16 





5 





185,000 





1 


N 





ALUM SPRINGS 











7 


4 





82,000 





5 


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BEAR MARSH 




















175,000 







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BEULAH 








10 


7 


4 





125.000 





5 


Y 





BROWN 








15 


3 


2 





250,000 




5 







CALVARY 








26 


5 


5 


60,000 


275,000 





1 


Y 





CALYPSO 











3 


2 


66,500 


387,500 





5 


Y 





CENTER 


1 





5 


4 


2 





150,000 





5 


Y 





CLINTON, FIRST 


6 


5 


263 


85 


221 





4,000,000 





5 


Y 





CONCORD 


1 


2 


12 


10 


5 





175,000 


551 


5 


Y 





CORINTH 





1 


9 


11 


5 


85,000 


500,000 





1 


Y 





DOBSON CHAPEL 





1 


5 


9 


6 


60,000 


410,000 





5 







EVERGREEN 





3 


5 


3 


3 


93,568 


504,220 





1 


Y 





FAISON 








29 


4 


4 





410,000 





5 


Y 





GARLAND 








38 


10 


55 


75,000 


400,000 





1 


Y 





GARNER'S CHAPEL 


1 





3 


3 


1 


60,000 


150,000 





5 


Y 





GROVE PARK 


5 


5 





10 


2 


60,000 


1,160,000 


134,811 


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T 





HICKORY GROVE 











4 


4 


25,000 


40,000 





1 


Y 





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IMMANUEL 








36 


75 


35 





700,000 





5 


Y 





INGOLD 








5 


7 


4 


25,000 


175,000 





5 


Y 






ISLAND CREEK 





1 


12 


2 


2 


35,000 


235,000 





1 


Y 


JOHNSON 











6 


6 


72,000 


525,000 





1 


Y 





KENANSVILLE 








10 


6 


5 





280,260 





1 


Y 





MAGNOLIA 





1 


10 


10 


25 


30,000 


5,000 





1 


Y 


1 


*MISION MONTE OLIVO 


6 





15 


10 


5 


6,000 


6,000 





1 


Y 





MOUNT GILEAD 





1 


20 


12 


4 


90,000 


417,400 


15,000 


5 


Y 





MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 


8 


7 


83 


105 


4 





2,143,658 





5 


Y 





MOUNT VERNON 


1 





25 


10 


6 


80,500 


560,500 





1 


Y 





NEW HOPE 








16 


4 


2 





150,000 





5 


Y 





PEACE 
PINEY GROVE 



5 




1 


13 
12 


7 
1D2 


3 

li 



87,000 


50,000 
527,000 


13,634 
30,000 


5 
5 


Y 
Y 






POPLAR GROVE 








5 








40,000 


200,000 







Y 





POSTON 


2 





87 


9 


4 


60,000 


918,000 


27,000 


5 


Y 





'^POSTON DEAF MISSION 

































ROSE HILL 


1 








193( 


) ]£> 





437,000 





1 


Y 





ROWAN 


1 








10 


4 


97 


708,000 





5 


Y 





SHARON 





8 


14 


10 


4 





480,000 





1 


Y 





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8 


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Y 
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28 


45 


35 


95,000 


487,000 





5 


Y 


, 


TURKEY 





1 


20 


10 


4 


80,000 


500,000 





5 


Y 


1 


UNION GROVE 








10 








75,000 


180,000 







Y 


I 


WARSAW 


1 


2 


60 


5 


35 





1,704,255 





5 


Y 


1 


WELLS CHAPEL 








10 


11 


4 


69,000 


281,000 





5 


Y 


1 


WHITE OAK 


3 








25 


25 





235,000 





1 


Y 


( 


TOTALS 


36 


39 


937 






1,465,165 


21,192,293 


220,996 






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458 
614 
1,505 
300 
577 
300 
575 
132 


368 
411 
599 
200 
732 
181 
396 
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N 
N 
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9 

4 643 
2 
6 

4 

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10,385 
305 
1,666 
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904 
304 
1,500 
325 


7,575 
263 
744 

547 
223 
517 
175 




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N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
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6 
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14 


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54 

120 

43 
40 
60 
56 


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20NN NN NN YY NN 
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30 

3 

9 


2,700 

500 



1,905 
317 

1,226 
668 

1,244 


2,467 

200 



1,739 
135 
611 
834 
854 








1 

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N 
N 
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125 
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20 0CYNNNNNNNN 

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6 
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1 6 
4 
7 
13 


443 
112 
1,944 
6,301 
989 
280 
217 
655 


217 
167 
1,385 
3,267 
775 
150 
153 
863 


2 



1 
1 






N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 




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22 

38 





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19 





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36 

130 

194 

92 

8 

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20 0NNNNNNNYNN 
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10 
12 

2 2 
11 
5 

I 1 


150 

1,150 





1,189 

1,196 




1,643 





669 

600 



3 





8 


N 
N 

N 
N 
N 


10 




5 







10 

8 


45 

160 



143 

60 
125 

11 


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56 0NYYYYNYNNN 
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50 0NYNNNNYNNY 
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9 

3 

12 
2 
1 

948 


5,735 
1,424 

326 
3,140 
1,285 

465 

55,960 


2,405 
1,038 

300 
1,660 
1,200 

295 

36,506 




2 




14 


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N 
N 
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Other Ministers in Churches 

Grove Park Stan Benton, Minister of Music, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 

28328;592-7680 
Tena Johnson, Minister of Education, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446 

Poston Todd Horton, Minister of Youth, Associate Pastor, Rt. 3 Box 67, 

Wallace 28466; 285-2439 
Warsaw . . . .Garry Stuart, Minister of Music & Youth, 107 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 

28398; 293-3059 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Albertson Bill Martin, Rt. 1 Box 150, Seven Springs 28578; 698-5320 

Alum Springs Larry W. Harper, Rt. 2 Box 281, Mt. Olive 28365; 658-3614 

Bear Marsh Stanley Byrd, Rt. 2, Mt. Olive 28365; 658-3987 

Beulah Lonnie Carter, Rt. 2 Box 208-A, Clinton, NC 28328; 592-6864 

Brown Stephen L. Hulen, Rt. 3 Box 108-D, Clinton 28328; 564-2017 

Calvary George Melton, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398; 293-7932 

Calypso Leonard Teachey, 513 W. Main St., Mt. Olive 28365; 658-4226 

Center Ray A. Cannon, Rt. 1, Garland 28441; 532-4552 

Clinton, First John Naylor, 903 Walkingstick Tr., Clinton 28328; 592-6244 

Concord Steve Boone, Rt. 1 Box 71, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3434 

Corinth Price Knowles, 115 E. Main St., Rose Hill 28458; 289-3741 

Dobson Chapel James P. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 153, Rose Hill 28458; 289-3463 

Evergreen Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 532-2271 

Faison Glen Jernigan, P.O. Box 278, Faison 28341; 267-3861 

Garland Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441; 529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Randall Albertson, Rt. 1 Box 437, Mt. Olive 28365; 

658-5291 

Grove Park Charles Pope, 904 Raleigh Rd., Clinton 28328; 592-3740 

Hickory Grove J.T. Sinclair, Rt. 1 Box 305-C, Clinton 28328; 564-6246 

Immanuel Billy Ellis, Rt. 1 Box 20-G, Clinton 28328; 592-7444 

Ingold Charles L. Matthis, Rt. 4 Box 278, Clinton 28328; 592-6318 

Island Creek .R.L. Pickett, Rt. 1, Beulaville 28518; 289-3058 

Johnson Norwood Phillips, Rt. 2 Box 175, Warsaw 28398; 293-7161 

Kenansville Doc Brinson, P.O. Box 945, Kenansville 28349-0945; 296-1529 

Magnolia Kenneth Baker, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453; 289-2313 

Mount Gilead Nathan Gay, Rt. 4, Clinton 28328; 592-5564 

Mount Olive, First DeWayne Parvin, 502 W. Main St., Mt. Olive 28365; 

658-4084 

New Hope Raymond Blanchard, Jr., Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 533-3586 

Peace Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 658-8073 

Piney Grove Jimmy Thornton, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 533-3449 

Poplar Grove Douglas Blackmon, Rt. 1, Faison 28341; 267-1001 

Poston Terry Duff, Rt. 3 Box 236, Wallace 28466; 285-4869 

Rose Hill Byron Teachey, P.O. Box 6, Rose Hill 28458; 289-2265 

Rowan Edward Byrd, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 592-6349 

Sharon L.H. Thomas, Chinquapin 28521; 285-5329 

Shiloh David Maready, Rt. 1 Box 318, Chinquapin 28521; 285-5480 

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Siloam Wayne Cannady, Rt. 1 Box 154-A, Wallace 28466; 532-4235 

Teachey Mrs. Nortia Boney, Gen. Del., Teachey 28464; 285-3497 

Turkey David Hudson, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 533-3259 

Union Grove Glenwood Fryar, Rt. 4 Box 356-A, Clinton 28328; 592-8274 

Warsaw J.B. Herring, 307 Walnut St., Warsaw 28398; 293-4956 

Wells Chapel Jim Moody, Rt. 1 Box 130, Wallace 28466; 532-4479 

White Oak Kenneth Wayne Honeycutt, Rt. 6 Box 357-A, Clinton 28328; 

564-6882 



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EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

North Carolina 
1993 



NORTH CAROLINA 
EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

One Hundred and Sixty-sixth 

ANNUAL SESSION 
1827 - 1993 

FIRST DAY SECOND DAY 

October 25, 1993 October 26, 1993 

SILOAM BAPTIST CHURCH TURKEY BAPTIST CHURCH 

(Co-Host - Evergreen) Co-Hosts - Beulah & New Hope 

THEME: "Partners In Ministry" 
MODERATOR: Jimmy Johnson CLERK: Ottis King 

NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day-Piney Grove Baptist Church-October 24, 1994 

(Mount Vernon Assisting) 

Second Day - Sharon Baptist Church, October 25, 1994 

(Shiloh Assisting) 



ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF 



Director of Missions - James H. Camp, 409 Pineview Road, 
Clinton, North Carolina 28328 
- (910) 293-7077, 1-800-593-7077; H- (910) 590-3592 

Mission Ministries Director - Amy Ma this, 615 Park Avenue, 

Clinton, NC 28328 0-1-800-593-7077; H-(910) 592-3623 

Secretary - Jo Neal Robinson, Rt. 2, Box 269, Clinton, NC 28328 
- 1-800-593-7077; H-(910) 592-3044 



The 1993 Annual of the 
EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Is Dedicated To 
ELWYN G. MURRAY, JR. 




Elwyn Murray was a native of Rose Hill, where he was a resident most 
of his Ufe. He was a member of Rose Hill Baptist Church, where he served 
as a Sunday School teacher, choir member and a deacon. Those who came 
m contact with him, recognized that he was a Christian. He was a person who 
did so much out of sight, just for the glory of God. 

He was a trustee of our North Carolina Baptist Hospital and was Vice- 
Chairman of the Board at tiie time of his death. He served on the General 
Board of tiie Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

His talents and abilities were used by many organizations outside of 
the Baptist world; yet, a part of the Christian ministry across the State. He was 
a role model as a husband, fatiier and grandfather. He will be known through 
the hves of his tiiree daughters, and one son, as they make their contributions 
to our world. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Associational Directory i 

1994 Budget and Anticipated Income ..../. 43 

Chairmen of Deacons * ] * 53 

Church Contributions to EBA ,,..,[ 41 

Historical Tables ( 1827-1993) ..,,./.,.,/,[ 47 

History of Evergreen Church /../.. 26 

Map of Eastern Association Center of 'Book 

Messengers to Annual Session 12 

Our Beloved Dead !!!!!! 23 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting , , 14 

Reports : 

Associational Executive Board 26 

Brotherhood , . . 29 

Christian Social Ministries 35 

Church Extension Ministries Committee 35 

Committee on Committees 10 

Deaf Ministries Committee 32 

Deaf Mission, Poston Baptist Church 37 

Discipleship Training 21 

Evangelism 39 

Hispanic Mission, Clinton, FBC(Maranatha) 3 7 

Hispanic Mission, Mt. Olive, FBC 

(Mision Monte Olivo) 37 

Hispanic Mission, Warsaw 

(Mision Bautista Espana Getsemani) 38 

Interfaith Witness Ministries Committee...!!.*! 33 

Literacy Ministries Committee 32 

Media Center Committee 31 

Medical/Dental Van Committee Report 37 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee 34 

Missions Development Council 31 

Nominating Committee 5 

Properties Committee 20 

Resolutions Committee 14 & 19 

Resort/Leisure Ministries Committee 37 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Committee ... 33 

Seminary Extension Committee 31 

Senior Adult Ministries Committee 34 

Sunday School ^ 30 

Vacation Bible School "! 40 

Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Committee 32 

Woman's Missionary Union 27 

Woman's Missionary Union 84th Annual Session Minutes . 28 

Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Baptist Assoc 42 

Statistical Tables 55 

Time, Place & Preacher Committee(See Proceedings) .. 14 & 19 



-11 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

(All area codes are 910 unless otherwise noted) 
ALBERTSON - Jimmy Johnson, 515 W. Boney Street, Wallace 28466 

ALUM SPRINGS - J. Elwood Oliver, P.O. Box 549, Pink Hill 28572 

BEAR MARSH - Joseph Cantrell, 1649 Beautancus Rd. , Mount Olive, 

BEULAH - Rt. 1, Box 22A, Turkey 28393 592-3441 

BROWN - Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough Road, Clinton, 28328 

r.^r.r.r.. ^C) 564-6060 (H) 592-7156 

CALVARY - Graham Elmore, 103 Wade Street, Warsaw 28398 

TATVPQn r r. r. r. ^^^ 293-7458 (W) 293-4040 

S^^^^ ",?f^^ ^^^' ^'9' ^^^ ^^'^' Calypso 28325 658-5223 
^T^^rnx. ... . ^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ Warsaw 28398(C) 532-2118 

(H) 289-2755 
, P.O.Box 837, Clinton, 
(C) 592-8124 28328 

Jean Hatch, Min. of Music, 309 Fairfax Street, Clinton 

(H) 592-6215 (C) 592-8124 
Israel Tapia, Mission Pastor, Rt. 5, 

(H) 590-2868 
Mark Thomas, Min. of Educ. & Youth, 

(H) 592-2147 
CONCORD - Dan Sellers, 200 Currie St. Wallaace 



CENTER - Albert Pope, Rt 
CLINTON - 



Box 223-A, Clinton 
(C) 592-8124 

411-C Elizabeth St 
(C) 592-8124 
28466 



CORINTH 



(C) 289-3718 (H) 285-2431 
Larry W. King, Rt. 1, Box 329, Rose Hill 28458 

(C) 289-4787 (H) 289-3928 
DOBSON CHAPEL - Randy Cowan, 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453 

(C) 296-1473 (H) 296-0840 



EVERGREEN - Duane Caldwell, Rt. 1, Box 121, Rose Hill 
FAISON - Paul Rose, Rt 



28458 



(C) 532-4757 (H) 532-2822 
1, Box 355, Mount Olive 28365 
rADTAATn nu . . . ^^^ 267-5301 (H) 658- 4600 

GARLAND - Chad Sparks, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441 (C) 529-5201 

(H) 529-2531 
Tyanna Y. Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325 

M- u -, o, . . ^^) 658-5223- 

Michael Shook, 609 N. East Blvd., Clinton 28328 

(0)592-3937 (H) 592-3513 
Stan Benton, Min. of Music, 116 Eastover Ave 
Clinton, 28328 (0)592-3937 (H) 592-7680 
Tena Johnson, Min. of Youth, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 



GARNER'S CHAPEL 



GROVE PARK 



HICKORY GROVE 



(C) 592-3937 (H) 529-4181 
Johnny Armstrong, Rt. 1, Box 122, Clinton 28328 

IMMANUEL - Allen Overton, P.O. Box lS,'cir"nton ^"^ '''-'''' 
mrnin n t u ^^^ 592-3854 

iS PRF^^ m'^^'"':?'/-^; ^^^ ^2^2, Ingold 28466 529-4181 
ISLAND CREEK - Millard Bounds, Rt. 2, Box 349, Rose Hill 28458 

JOHNSON - John J. Hicks, 477 Johnson Church Road, Warsaw 28398 

-1- (C) 293-4757 (H) 293-4980 



28446 



28328 

(H) 592-3360 



KENANSVILLE - d. Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349 

(C) 296-1137 (H) 296-0723 

MAGNOLIA - Herbert Lanier, P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453 

(C) 289-2217 (H) 289-2916 

MOUNT GILEAD - Lynn Bullock, Rt. 2, Box 106, Clinton 28328 

592-6533 
Robert D. Ivey, Min. of Youth, Rt. 4, Box 4, 
Clinton, 28328 (H) 592-3162 (0)592-6533 
MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST - P.O. Box 203, Mount 

Olive 28365 (0)658-2062 

Vicente' Rangel - Mision Monte Olivo, 658-0226 
1066 Gamer's Chapel Road, Mount Olive 28365 
MOUNT VERNON - E.G. Mattocks, Rt. 5, Box 50, Clinton 28328 

(0533-3164 (H)533-2251 
NEW HOPE - Ray Smith, Rt. 1, Box 269A, Autryville 28318 
^^_ (0)533-3372 (H) 567-6230 

PEACE - Pat Wood, Rt. 1, Box 423F, Faison 28341 533-3143 
PINEY GROVE - Farrell Miller, Rt. 2, Box 122A, Faison 28341 

(C) 564-6061 (H) 564-4848 
POPLAR GROVE -Paul Kennedy, 480 Penny Road, Beulaville 
(0)267-7191 (H) 298-5774 28518 

POSTON - Todd Horton, Rt. 3, Box 67, Wallace 28466 (C) 285-2439 

(H) 285-2543 
- Poston Deaf Mission (C) 285-2439 

ROSE HILL - Davis Benton, P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458 

(C) 289-2250 (H) 289-3882 
ROWAN - 421 Rowan Road, Clinton 28328 592-7508 

SERENIIY - Lonnie Carter, Rt. 2, Box 208A, Clinton 28328 592-6864 
SHARON - Coleman Thomas, Box 126, Chinquapin 28521 (C) 285-4391 

(H) 285-3062 
SHILOH - 4601 S. NO 50, Chinquapin 28521 

(C) 285-2636 
SILOAM - Tim Register, Rt. 1, Box 19, Harrells 28444(0)532-4077 

rpr^A^T^ (H) 532-4444 

TEACHEY - Dale Myers, P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464 285-2788 
TURKEY - Mack Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393(0)592-5562 

(H) 592-2056 
UNION GROVE - Rt. 4, Box 307, Clinton, 28328 

WARSAW - Dr. James Drake, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398 (0)293-4236 

(H)293-7479 
Garry K. Stuart, Min. of Music & Youth 293-3059 
107 N. Frisco Street, Warsaw 28398 (0)293-4236 
WELLS CHAPEL - Ottis King, 8565 S. NO #41, Wallace 28466 

(C) 532-4210 (H)532-4528 
WHITE OAK - Rt. 6, Clinton 28328 

, ' " ^ (0564-2343 

OTHER ORDAINED MINISTERS 
CALVARY - Homer T. Baumgardner, Rt. 2, Faison 28341 293-7072 
CLINTON, FIRST - James H Camp, 409 Pine View Road, Clinton 

(H) 590-3592 28328 

EVERGREEN - Jasper Hinson, Rt. 7, Box 98, Clinton 28328 
, > . .. -2- (H) 592-2088 



GROVE PARK - James Parson, 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328 

592-1670 
■ ■ Eddie Wetherington, Rt. 5, Box 29-A, Clinton 28328 

592-2898 
ISLAM) CREEK - Harvey Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458 289-2639 
MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST - Gerald Garris, 1442 Old Mount Olive Hwy 

Dudley 28333 836-1825 

WARSAW - John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank Rd. , Warsaw 28398 

... ^. .1 293-4958 

Mitchell Rivenbark, 509 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398 

293-7495 
WHITE OAK - Richard Moretz, 2 Martha Lane, Clinton 28328 

592-5491 
Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch Street, Clinton 28328 

;' " . 592-4712 

EXECUTIVE BOARD REPRESENTATIVES 
ALBERTSON - Weldon Rouse, Rt. 2, Albertson 28508 658-3289 
Nathan Kelly, Box 184, Albertson 28508 658-3463 
ALUM SPRINGS - Larry Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd. , Mt. Olive 

(H) 658-3614 28365 
Eugene Outlaw, 600 Scotts Store Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

BEAR MARSH - Elbert Davis, Rt. 2, Mt. Olive 28365 658-2842 
Donnie Howard, Rt. 2, Box 463, Mt. Olive 28365 

/i IT o_ir "ycr o 

BEULAH - A.B. Carter, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 48-A, Turkey 28393 

^ .. . 533-3148 

G.M. Massey, Rt. 1, Box 22-A, Turkey 28393 592-6530 

BROWN - Jimmy Carr, Rt. 3, Box 97, Clinton 28328 564-6584 

Curtis Pope, Rt. 6, Box 504, Clinton 28328 592-5209 

CALVARY - Edgar Rouse, 302 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398 293-2127 

., ^^ Johnny Chestnutt, 158 Henry Middleton Rd, 

Warsaw 28398 293-2127 
CALYPSO - Jan Koslinski, 438 Albritton Rd. , Mt. Olive 28365 

, .,, 658-5132 

, Lucille Koslinski, 438 Albritton Rd. , Mt. Olive 28365 

6Sfi— SI "^9 
CENTER - Joyce Hudson, Rt. 1, Box 135-A, Harrells 28444 

CLINTON, FIRST - Roland Heath, 108 Country Club Circle, Clinton, 
^^,,^^ Mel Taylor, 312 E. Johnson, St., Clinton 28328 

CONCORD - Francis Usher, 1961 Concord Church Rd. , Rose Hill 

(H) 289-2681 28458 

nnnx™. ^^"^ ^^^^' ^^- ^' ^°^ 2^9-^' Rose Hill 28458 289-3974 
CORINTH - Sam Boone, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458 289- 2436 

r^^T.o Mildred Boone, Rt. 1, Rose Hill 28458 289-2436 

DOBSON CHAPEL - Russell Brown, 373 Stocking Head Road, Rose Hill 

T- ^ -,^,, (H)289-2228 28458 

Jimmy Brown, 1014 Stocking Head Road, Rose Hill 28458 

EVERGREEN - Jerry Todd, P.O. _Box 21, Harrells 28444 532-2271 



Dennis Davis, Rt. 1, Box 110-A, Rose Hill 28458 532-2102 
GARLAND - Gene Hart, P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441 529-5371 
Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441 529-2531 
GARNER'S CHAPEL - Albert Britt, 1244 Garner's Chapel Road, 

Mt. Olive 28365 658-3316 

Gary Rose, 1349 Gamer's Chapel Rd, Mt. Olive 28365 

658-3391 
GROVE PARK - Eddie Wetherington, Rt. 5, Box 29A,Clinton 28328 

592-2898 
Muriel Wetherington, Rt. 5, Box 29 A, Clinton 28328 

592-2898 
HICKORY GROVE - Larry Strickland, Rt. 1, Box 144, Clinton 28328 

564-4593 
Gerald Strickland, Rt. 3, Box 331-B, Clinton 28328 

564-6717 

IMMANUEL - Billy Ellis, Rt. 1, Box 20-G, Clinton 28328 592-7444 

John M. Owens, 205 Shields St., Clinton 28328 592-2511 

INGOLD - Bobby H. Lamb, Rt. 1, Box 319, Garland 28441 529-5961 

Perry E. Pope, Rt. 4, Box 92, Clinton 28328 592-4838 

ISLAND CREEK - George Brown, Rt. 3, Wallace 28466 285-2540 

Eugene Rouse, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458 289-3445 
JOHNSON - Dennis Kirby, P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349 296-0031 
Violet te Phillips, P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349 

296-1038 
KENANSVILLE - John Matthis, 838 N. NC 11 - 903, Kenansville 

(H)296-0760 28349 

Brinson Vestal, P.O. Box 805, Kenansville 28349 

296-0630 
MAGNOLIA - Earl Baker, P.O. Box 7, Magnolia 28453 289-4894 
MOUNT GILEAD - Bryon Bass, Rt. 2, Box 103, Clinton 28328 

592-1666 

Beth Leister, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328 592-3660 

MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST - J. A. Jones, 407 W. Station St., Mt. Olive, 

(H)658-3152 28365 

Albert Landin, 310 W. College St., Mt. Olive 28365 

658-9803 
MOUNT VERNON - Tate Pope, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328 533-3454 
Jackie Pope, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328 533.3454 
NEW HOPE - Raymond Blanchard, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 272, Turkey 28393 

533-3586 

Robert Frederick, Rt. 1, Turkey, 28393 533-3639 

PEACE - James Best, P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325 658-4712 

Jewel Best, P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325 658-4712 

PINEY GROVE - Craig Thornton, Rt. 5, Box 247-A, Clinton 28328 

533-3590 

Blanche Casey, Rt. 5, Clinton 28328 533-3324 

ROSE HILL - Clarence Brown, P.O. Box 320, Rose Hill 28458 

289-2339 
Jeanette Benton, P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458 

289-3882 

SHARON - Troy Rhodes, Rt. 2, Box 172, Wallace 28466 285-5251 

Pete Brinkley, Beulayille 28518 285-6108 



SHILOH - P. A. Maready, 271 Cypress Creek Rd. , Wallace 28466 

285-4316 
Wilton Aycock, 109 Cypress Creek Rd. , Wallace 28466 

285-3833 

SILOAM - Robert 0. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444 

532-4211 
Betty G. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444 

532-4211 

TEACHEY - Leland McGill, Box 123, Wallace 28466 285-2360 

A.C. Kenan, Rt. 3, Box 293, Wallace 28466 285-3291 

TURKEY - H.J. Register, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 533-3845 

Helen Register, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 533-3845 

UNION GROVE - Raeford Carter, Jr., Rt. 4, Box 349-A, Clinton 

(H) 592-7222 28328 
Glenwood Fryar, Rt. 4, Box 357-A, Clinton 28328 

592-8274 
WARSAW - James F. Strickland, P.O. Box 783, Warsaw 28398 

293-4289 
John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank Rd, Warsaw 28328 293-4958 
WELLS CHAPEL - Percy Carter, Rt. 1, Box 213-A, Willard 28478 

532-4997 
Harry Hoover, Rt. 1, Box 17, Harrells 28444 532-4336 
WHITE OAK - Mary Alice Boney, Rt. 6, Box 224, Clinton 28328 

592-4504 
Kenneth Honeycutt, Rt. 6, Box 357-A, Clinton 28328 

564-6882 



GENERAL ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICERS 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 

Telephone 1-800-593-7077 

Director of Missions - James H. Camp, P.O. Box 712, Warsaw 28398 

1-800-593-7077 
Moderator - Louis Pate, Jr., 102 Meredith St., Mt. Olive 28365 

(W) 658-5561 (H) 658-6170 
Vice-Moderator - Allen Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328 ' 

(C) 592-3854 (H) 592-3360 

Clerk - Ottis King, 8586 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466 532-4528 
Associate Clerk - Farrell Miller, Rt. 2, Box 122-A, Faison 28341 

564-4848 
Treasurer - Gary L. Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328 592-5287 
Associate Treasurer - Jo Robinson, Rt. 2, Box 269, Clinton 28328 

592-3044 

TRUSTEES 

Ralph Robinson, 11994) Rt. 2, Box 269, Clinton 28328 592-3044 

Charlie McCullen(1995) P.O. Box 221, Clinton 28328 592-5191 

J. Cooper Howard(1996) 403 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328 592-3388 



DENOMINATIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 
Baptist Children's Homes - John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank Road, 

Warsaw 28398 293-4958' 

Baptist Retirement Homes - Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch Street 

Clinton 28328 592-4712 ' 

Christian Higher Education - Davis Benton, P.O. Box 459 Rose 
. ^ Hill 28458 289-3882 

Cooperative Program - Albert Pope, Rt. 1, Box 239, Warsaw 28398 

Annuity Board - Eddie Wetherington, Rt. 5, Box 29-A, Clinton 

(H) 592-2898 28328 

Baptist Foundation - Tyanna Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325 

15 .• . TT . . 658-5223 

Baptist Hospital - Gerald Quinn, Wards Bridge Road, Warsaw 28398 

293-4579 
Biblical Recorder - Millard Bounds, Rt. 2, Box 349, Rose Hill 

(H)289-2606 28458 

CHURCH PROGRAM OFFICERS 
BROTHERHOOD 
Director - Johnny Blanton, Rt. 2, Box 49, Rose Hill 28458 

, . (W) 289-6415 (H)289-4887 

Assistant Director - 

Baptist Men - Johnny Mathis, Rt. 4, Box 287-F, Clinton 28328 

DA T.- . , 592-8898 

RA Director - John Brown, Rt. 6, Clinton 28328 592-7833 
Missions Activity - 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Director - Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328 592-8124 
VBS Director - Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444 532-2271 
Adult - Billy Todd, Rt. 5, Box 298, Clinton 28328 592-3441 
Youth - Todd Horton, Rt. 3, Box 67, Wallace 28466 285-2439 
Children: 

Older - Becky Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349 296-0723 
Middle - Kathy Quinn, P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349 

296-0420 
Younger - Shannon Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328 

u n 592-7680 

Preschool - Kathy Wrenn, 207 Dogwood Dr., Warsaw 28398 293-3983 
Middle - Marty Fife, P.O. Box 480, Kenansville 28349 

296-1551 
Younger - Sylvia Vestal, P.O. Box 85, Kenansville 28349 

296-0603 
Outreach - Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd. , Clinton 28328 590-3592 
Pastors - Dr. Jim Drake, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398 293-7479 

DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 
Director - 

Adult - Randy Cowan, 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453 296-0840 
Youth - Ann Thigpen, 108 Shields St., Clinton 28328 592-4153 

-6- (H) 592-5768 



Children/Preschool - Jo Robinson, Rt. 2, Box 269, Clinton 28328 

(H) 592-3044 (W) 1-800-593-7077 

Deacon Ministry - Randy Cowan, 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453 

(C) 296-1473 (H) 296-0840 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 
Director - Louise Todd, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 532-4769 
Assistant Director - Joanne Overton, P.O. Box 1694 Clinton 

(H) 592-3360 28328 

Enlistment - Connie Carlton, Rt. 1, Box 257, Warsaw 28398 

293-7106 
Secretary - Joan Bullock, Rt. 2, Box 106, Clinton 28328 592-6533 
Baptist Women Director - Janie Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 
, . (H)285-3062 28521 

Assistant BW Director - Barbara Shook, 605 N East Blvd, Clinton 

(H) 592-3513 28328 

Baptist Young Women Director - Daisy Chestnut t, Rt. 1, Box 299, 
, . Magnolia 28453 532-4632 ' 

Assistant BYW Director - Cynthia Falatovich, 410 Beaver Dam 

Clinton 28328 592-8643 

Acteens Director - Jenell Edmundson, Rt. 2, Warsaw 28398 

A • . . A 293-3152 

Assistant Acteens Director - 

GA Director - Kathy Quinn, P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349 

M- • -n • ^ 296-0420 

Mission Friends Director - Cinda Bass, Rt. 2, Box 99, Clinton 
, . (H) 592-3326 28328 

Assistant MF Director - Angle Bass, Rt. 2, Box 110-BB, Clinton, 
^. . , . (H) 592-6085 28328 

Mission Action Director - Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd, Clinton 
, . (H) 590-3592 28328 

Assistant MA Director - Mary Evelyn Wells, P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 

(H)289-2691 28458 

Area Directors: 

Clinton - Inez Peterson, Rt. 7, Box 58, Clinton 28328 592-4537 
Garland/Star - Betty Sanderson, Box 110, Harrells 28444 532-4211 
Faison/Warsaw - Carolyn Drew, Rt. 1, Box 185, Warsaw 28398 

2QQ_700r\t 

Mount Olive - Virginia Hines, P.O. Box 86, Claypso 28325 

Wallace/Rose Hill - Betty Butts, 103 E. Cavenaugh ST., Wallace 

(H) 285-3917 28466 

ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 
Amy Ma this Mission Ministries Director 

Telephone (0) 1-800-593-7077, (H) 592-3623 
MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

Director - Lucille Yancey, 200 Reedsford Rd, Clinton 28328^592-1961 
Promotion - Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd, Clinton 28328 590-3592 
Brotherhood Representative - Johnny Blanton, Rt. 2, Box 49, Rose 

Hill 28458 289-4887 

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WMU Rep - l^ry Evelyn Wells, P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 7.8458 289-2691 
Sunday School Rep. - Mark Ihomas, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328 

(C) 592-8124 (H) 592-2147 
Volunteer Chaplaincy - ' 

Deaf Ministries - Mary Boney, Rt. 3, Box 72, Wallace 28466 
Seasonal Fanwork - Wayne Wilson, Rt. 5, Box 141-H, Clinton 28328 

rr o o o O/:! / 

Literacy Ministries - Florence Hoover, Rt. 2, Box 17 Harrells 
Mentally Handicapped - Pat Brovm, Rt. 7, Box 64, Clinton^^^^28328 
Senior Adult - Eunice Newkirk, Rt. 1, Box 205, Willard 28478 

Interfaith Witness - Randy Cowan, 1540 S. NC 50, Ma^olia 28453 
Social Ministries - (0 296-147 3 (H) 296-0840 

Church Extension - 
Resort/Leisure - Eddie King, Rt. 1, Box 214-A, Willard 28478 

VOLUNTEER CHAPLAIN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE*^^^ 592-8996 

Chairman - 

- Harvey Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458 

DEAF MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 289-2639 

Chairman - Mary Boney, Rt. 3, Box 72, Wallace 28466 285-2932 
Ben Hilliard, E. Center St., Rose Hill 28458 289-3203 
Alma Stoddart, 4 Washington Circle, Wallace 28466 

SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES COMMITTEE ^^^"^^09 

Chairman - Wayne Wilson, Rt. 5, Box 141-H, Clinton 28328 

cr o o o o /I / 

Betty Butts, 103 E. Cavenaugh, Wallace 28466 

o O cr _ QQI ~i 

Jim Drake, 202 E. College St., Warsaw 28398 

(C) 293-4236 (H) 293-7479 
Shirley Best, Rt. 1, Box 345, Mount Olive 28365 

658-3327 
TT^ivn.^x. Jommy Dent, Rt. 2, Box 182, Clinton 28328 592-9063 
LITERACY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 
Chairman - Florence Hoover, Rt. 2, Box 17, Farrell 28444 

^ . . 532-4336 

Peggy Grice, 309 E. Pollock St., Warsaw 28398 

^ , ^ (C) 293-4236 (H) 293-7663 

Evelyn Tew, Rt. 5, Box 70, Clinton 28328 533-3290 

MENTALLY HANDICAPPED COMMITTEE 

Chairman - Pat Brown, Rt. 7, Box 64, Clinton 28328 592-3457 

Carol Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444 532-2271 

Michelle Reynolds, 103 Finch St., Clinton 28328 

592-6767 
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SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Chairman - Eunice Newkirk, Rt. 1, Box 205, Wlllard 28478 

Arline Rhodes. 3459 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466"'''' 
Lois, Colwell, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 533-3372 

INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRY COMMITTEE 

Chaxnnan - Randy Cowan, 1540 S. NC 41,'SoUa 28453 296-0840 

Gene Lakey, PO Box 865, Kenansville 28349 29610723 
Pat wood, Rt. 1, BOX 423-F, Faison 283S' '53t3U3 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 
Cnairman - 

- Margaret Stafford, Rt. 3, Box 224, Wallace 28466 

- Betty Elmore. 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398 '293-7458 

(W) 293-4040 
'hZfZn''™''^^'"' MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

- Paul Rose. Rt. 1. Box 355. Mount Olive 28366 

aaie King. Rt. 1, Box 214-A, Willard 28478 296-2143 
Paula Matthis, Rt. 4. Box 347-B. Clinton'"' '''2I328 

592-5802 



n- . CHURCH MUSIC 

iTZt's 'T "^r'' ^"^^^^^^^^57rci.-nton 28328 592-8124 

Assistants - Stan Benton. 116 Eastover Ave.. Clinton 28328 

Garry Stuart. 107 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398'^' 
(C) 293-4236 (h) 293-7496 



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COMMITTEES 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES: 

Todd Horton, Chairman - Rt. 3, Box 67, Wallace 28466 

(H) 285-2476 (C) 285-2439 
Billy Todd, Rt. 5, Box 298, Clinton 28328 592-3441 
Johnny Armstrong, Rt. 1, Box 122, Clinton 28328 (H) 564-2495 

(C) 564-2591 
Pat Wood, Rt. 1, Box 423-F, Faison 28341 (C) 658-8004 

(H) 533-3143 
Tim Register, Rt. 1, Box 19, Harrells 28444 

(C)532-4077(H) 532-4444 
Dan Sellers, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466 285-2431 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 

Lynn Bullock, Chairman(1994) , Rt. 2, Box 106, Clinton 28328 

592-3854 
E.C. Mattocks, (1994) Rt. 5, Box 50, Clinton 28328 533-2251 
Roger Wells(1995) Rt. 4, Box 357D, Clinton 28328 592-4213 
Billy Chestnutt(1995) Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 532-4632 

Chad Sparks (1996) P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441 

(C) 529-5201 (H) 529-2531 
Terry Duff (1996) Rt. 3, Box 236, Wallace 28466 (H) 285-4869 

MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE: 

Joyce Camp, Chairman (1995) 409 Pineview Rd. , Clinton 28328 

590-3592 
Cecilia Mattocks(1995) Rt. 5, Box 50, Clinton 28328 533-2251 
Faye Sellers ( 1994 ) , 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466 285-2431 
Jewel Best(1996) P.O. Box 233, Calypso 2832 5 658-4712 
Barbara Shook(1996) 605 N. East Blvd., Clinton 28328 592-3513 

MINISTERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: 

Johnny Arms trong( 1995 )Rt. 1, Box 122, Clinton 28328 564-2495 

Todd Horton(1996) Rt. 3, Box 67, Wallace 28466 (C) 285-2439 

(H) 285-2476 

Duane Caldwell (1994) Rt. 1, Box 121, Rose Hill 28458(C) 532-4757 

(H) 532-2822 

STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: 

Jim Drake, Chairman (1994) P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398(0)293-4236 

(H) 293-7479 
Gary Rouse(EBA Treasurer) 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328 

(H) 592-7253 (W) 592-5287 
Gene Hart (1994) P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441 529-4311 

Webb Brown( 1994) 508 Nicholson St., Clinton ^^^^^592-6334 

James Ezzell(1995) Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 M'il^l 

Greg Day(1995) P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325 658-5223 

Robert Sanderson(1996) P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444 532-4211 

Paul Tippett(1996) 203 Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328 592-4052 
Marshall Falatovich(1996) 410 Beaver Dam, Clinton 28328 592-8643 

James Best, P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325 (1996) ^^8-4^2 

Albert Pope(1995) Rt. 1, Box 239, \>toaw 28398 289-2755 

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CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

Millard Bounds, Chainnan(1995) Rt. 2, Box 349, Rose Hill 28458 

Shelton Justice(1994)732 NC 50 & US 17, Warsaw 28398^293-7524 
George Pinyatello(1996) Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 533-3293 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: 

Evelyn Tew, Chairman(1994) Rt. 5, Box 70, Clinton 28328 533-37qn 
Frank Tumer(1995) 206 Kimbrough Rd. Clinton 28328 Sgiyfsfi 
Jeff >toray(1996)Rt. 3, Box 20? Wallace 28466 285-5096 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE- 

Tyanna Day(1994) P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325 ftsft '^■y^^ 

Billy Xodd(1995) Rt 5, Box 298, ClSton 28328 52! 441 

Herbert Lanier(1996)P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453 (H) 289-2916 
NOMINATING COMMITTEE: ^'^•' ^89-2217 

Paul Rose, Chairman(1995) Rt. 1, Box 355, Mount Olive 28365 

Jo Neal Robinson(1995) Rt. 2, Box 269 Clinton 7S39fi ^Q?~tn?? 

Helen Re8ister(1994)Rt. 1, Box 401-Biurkey 28393 533"ms 

Jean Hatch(1994) P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328 HHul 

Jackie Dixon 1996 Rt. 7, Box 196, Clinton 28328 592-7591 

Dennis Kirby(1996) P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349 296-0031 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: 

Gerald Quinn, ChairmanC 1995) 507 Lakeshore Dr., Warsaw 293-4579 

Charles Jackson(1994) 603 Fairfax St., ClintoA 28328 592-5307 

Margaret Stafford(1996)Rt. 3, Box 224,' Wallace 28466 285-4739 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE: 

Davis, Benton, Chairman(1995)P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 
^ ^ (C) 289-2250 (H) 289-3882 28458 

Greg Day(1994) P 0. Box 467, Caiypso 28325 658-5223 
Johnny Armstrong( 1996)Rt . 1, Box 122, Clinton 28328 

(C)564-2591 (H)564-2495 
CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE: 

Harvey Blanton, Chairman(1996)Rt. 2 Rose mil 78A=;ft 9bq -ycin 
Todd Horton(1995)Rt. 3, Box 67, Waliace"'2L'6 'T) 285-2439 ' 

W.S. Wells(1994) Box 66, Rose Hill 28458 ^""^ 28912691 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE: 

Gene Lakey, Chairman( 1994 ) P Rnv fMA v 

(C) ?Qf.-l^r>) /TTN oA. ^^^' Kenansville 

y ix-Lng(.iyy:); Rt 1, Box 329, Rose Hill 28458 
ri. 1 .. . ^^^ 289-4787 (u) oqq oqoo 

Charles Moore(1995) Rt. 4, Box 307 Clinton^f8328 ''' 

_11_ 592-7000 



Felton BakGr(1996)202 Hunter St., Wallace 28466 

285-7612 
Paul Kennedy(1996)480 Penny Rd, Beulaville 28518 

(W) 298-3646 (H) 298-5774 



MESSENGERS TO OUR ASSOCIATION ANNUAL SESSION 

ALBERTSON - James Johnson, Douglas Stroud 

ALUM SPRINGS - Larry Harper, Elwood Oliver 

BEAR MARSH - Joey Cantrell, Ethel Pridgen, Thelma Pate 

and Laurel Stroud 
BEULAH - G. Milton and Helen Massey 
BROWN - Frank Turner and Curtis Pope 
CALVARY - Robert Southerland and Betty Elmore 
CALYPSO - Greg Day 

CENTER - Norman Campfield and J. Albert Pope 
CLINTON, FBC - Clyde Davis, Jeannie Jackson, Jean Hatch 
Inez Peterson, Kathleen Pope, Gary Rouse, 
Zelma Thomasson and Gristle Quakenbush 
CONCORD - Dan Sellers and William Usher 
CORINTH - Mary Lee Hudson, Larry King, J.C, Savage, 

Carolyn Savage and Joan Williams 
DOBSON CHAPEL - Janie Bland, Betty Brown, Randy Cowan 
Kathy Kilpatrick, Eugene Nethercutt and Ruby 
Rouse 
EVERGREEN - Duane Caldwell and Jerry Todd, Louise Todd 

and Montez Whitfield 
FAISON - Iris Brogden, Marion Brogden, Helen Flowers, 
Marie Kennedy, Betty Rose, Paul Rose, Stella 
Sutton, Helen Britt, Bob Britt 
GARLAND - Dorothy Hart, Ruth Huffman, Chad Sparks and 

Alberta Vinson 
GARNER'S CHAPEL - Annie Albertson, Randy Albertson and 

Tyanna Day 
GROVE PARK - Alma Parson, James Parson, Alene Powell, 
Mike Shook, James Wells, Lora Wells, Eddie 
Wetherington and Muriel Wetherington 
IMMANUEL - Jettie Caddis, M.E. Caddis, Allen Overton, 
Jeff Honeycutt, Mildred Honeycutt, Joanne 
Overton and Joe Tart 
INGOLD - Danny and Tena Johnson 

ISLAND CREEK - Harvey Blanton, Johnny Blanton, Millard 
Bounds, Doris Brown, Dollie Southerland and 
Juanita Whaley 
JOHNSON - Minnie Haggerty, Connie Hicks, Annette B. 

Kernstine and Johnny Hicks 
KENANSVILLE - Edna Earle Brinson, Macy Brinson, Bobby 
Pigford, Gene Lakey, Tony Pigford and Rose 
Swain 

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MAGNOLIA - Charles Bowman, Edna Johnson, Inez Rouse, 

Alma Martino, Herbert Lanier and Gail C.' 

Whaley 
MOUNT GILEAD - Herbert Ballance, Joe Barefoot, Myron 

Bass, Joan Bullock, Lynn Bullock, Karen 

Driskill and Gertrude Powell 
MOUNT OLIVE, FBC - Ruby Kelly, Louis Pate, Jr., Helen 

Columbus, Lamar J. Brooks, Russell Kelly 

and Cecil Columbus 
MOUNT VERNON - Milton Gainey, Thelma Gainey and E.C 

Mattocks 
NEW HOPE - Lillian Johnson, Ed Colwell, Thelma Ware 

and R.W. Blanchard, Jr. 
PEACE - James Best, Jewel Best and Pat Wood 
PINEY GROVE - Blanche Casey, Dot Boyette, Carol Miller 

and Farrell Miller 
POPLAR GROVE - Paul Kennedy 

POSTON - Aileen Moore, Margaret Stafford, Ruby Norris 
and Todd Horton 

S/^^p 7 u^'n^^^^^^' William Wells and Davis Benton 
ROWAN - Ralph Robinson 

SERENITY - Carolyn Carter and Lonnie Carter 
SHARON - Margaret Huffman and T.G. Huffman, Arline 

Rhodes, Mary A. Piner, Coleman Thomas, Janie 
Thomas, Louise Southerland 
SHILOH - Wilton Aycock, Mary Lee Raynor, Rifton Raynor 

and Vincent Wall 
SILOAM - Lizzie Mae Johnson, Louise Maynard, Priscilla 
McGill, Tim Register, Bob Sanderson, Mildred 

TFAPMFv l^'lt^' o^"^ ^' Sanderson and Lynn Register 
TEACHEY - Esther Stuart, Willard Fussell, Dale Myers 

and Elwood Fussell 
TURKEY - Minnie Andrews, Evelyn Chestnutt, Alene Pope 

and Mack Musselwhite 

WAP^ATT^T^ "/^^^^^^ ^^^^" ^^^ Patricia Fryar 

WARSAW - Carolyn Drew, Gerald Quinn, Mary Hester R)well 

TTTTTTC n.r.i^"^^^ ^"^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^' ^OhuSOU 

WELLS CHAPEL - Ruth Carr, Florence Hoover, Ottis King- 
Catherine Thornton, Manola Wells and Eunice 
Newkirk 
WHITE OAK - Aubrey Quakenbush 
SERENITY - Gerald Standi, Brenda Standi 



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PROCEEDINGS 

165th Annual Session 

of 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

PARTNERS IN MINISTRY 

FIRST DAY - October 25, 1993 - AFTERNOON SESSION 

1. Registration 

2. Moderator Jimmy Johnson called the Association to order. 

3. Messengers and visitors sang "Blessed Be the Name". 

4. Duane Caldwell read Scripture from Acts 1:6 - 14 and led 
in prayer. 

5. Farrell Miller, Associate Clerk, gave the registration 
report: From 37 of 44 churches we have 107 messengers, 8 alter- 
nates, and 15 visitors registered. "I move that these present 
constitute a quorum and that we proceed with the business." The 
motion was seconded and approved. 

6. A motion from the Nominating Committee to elect Ottis L. 
King, Clerk, and Farrell Miller, Associate Clerk, was seconded 
and approved. 

7. The Moderator made the following committee appointments: 
TIME, PLACE, AND PREACHER 

Johnny Hicks, Ch. , Larry King and Shelton Justice 

RESOLUTIONS 

Mack Musselwhite, Ch. , Joey Cantrell, and Dan Sellers 

MEMORIALS 

Danny Johnson, Chairman, Chad Sparks and E.C. Mattocks 

8. Gary Rouse gave the Treasurer's Report and moved its accept- 
ance, which was seconded and approved. 

9. Greg Day presented the Program Committee Report, and moved 
its adoption with any necessary corrections. It was seconded 
and approved. 

10. Ottis King presented the report from the Executive Committee 
and moved its adoption, which was seconded and approved. 

1 1 . Miscellaneous Business : 

a. Davis Benton made a motion the Association invite the 
Plummers, missionaries to the Dominican Republic, as Mis- 
sionaries-in- Residence while on furlough next year. 

The motion was seconded, discussed and approved. 

b. Paul Kennedy shared an announcement of the Youth Celebration 
on November 7 at Kenan Auditorium, Kenansville. 

c. The Moderator presented the Nominating Committee report as 
information. 

d. Jean Hatch made a motion to replace the Music Mission trip 
to the Ukraine in 1995 with a mission trip to New York in 
the summer of 1994. This was seconded and approved. 

e. The Proposed Budget was presented as information. 

f . A question was asked concerning the availability of any 
money left in the Evangelism budget. At a later time in 
the meeting it was announced that $97.81 was available. 

g. Michael Shook presented the Incorporation Committee Report 
and explained several aspects. 

12. Messengers and visitors sang "When We Walk With the Lord". 



13. Social Service Institutions Reports: 

a. Baptist Hospital - Gerald Quinn 

b. Baptist Children's Homes - John A.Johnson 

c. Baptist Retirement Homes - Jim Camp 

d. Calvin Knight spoke on the subject of nursing care 
Following each report, a motion and second was made to 
receive each report , which were approved 

14. Host Pastor, Tim Register, greeted the Association and 
gave pertinent information. 

15 There was a brief recess for relaxation and 

fellowship. 

16. The Director of Missions recognized new staff 

persons and families: 

Chad Sparks, Pastor - Garland 
Duane Caldwell, Pastor - Evergreen 
H^^bert Lanier, Pastor - Magnolia 
Lonnie Carter, Pastor - Serenity 

17 rru ^^^^ Cantrell, Pastor - Bear Marsh 

iQ Association sang "0, God of our Fathers". 

lo. Agency Reports: 

a. Biblical Recorder/Christian Literature -Harvey Blanton 

b. Annuity Board - Eddie Wetherington 

c. Baptist Foundation - Tyanna Day 

d. Cooperative Program - Albert Pope 

^ e. Christian Higher Education - Davis Benton 
• • f . Tom Barnes of the Baptist State Convention was 
recognized and shared brief comments. 
Following each report, a motion and second were received 
io ^p^, ^° approve each report, which was approved, 
on c ^^f^^i^tion sang " Great Is Thy Faithfulness". 
ZU. Special music was presented by Karen Driskill and I^rai E&ss 
q;;n.o ^T Bullock, Pastor of Mt. Gilead, preached the Annual 
Sermon Reading from I Corinthians 15:1-8, the message was 
Have You Seen Jesus?" ^ 

who ..w ^^9^1 ^^^ fsus through the eyes of those in the Bible 

It ml "l^L'lnTir IT'"'' '^ °^'^^ " ^'^^^ ^^^^^- '^ -- 

We can look to one - Jesus - who will never fail us. 
Problems are due to the loss of a Christ-centered vision. 
Nothing should block our vision of Jesus. We should let others 

get f cVe.r" "'• ?7 ^"^ '^'^ ''"^"^ i" "^- «^^^ they n^st 
wni .» f u^ ^^r^- "^^" "'' ^^^ J^^"S ™ore clearly, we 
us for wh^t°P ^T*^*" JJ^' ^y^" ^^ "^ ^°"ld ^"^ them. He sees 
of Jesul? ^^ ^°"' ''°"" "^ ^"^^P""^ today to a vision 

22 Chad Sparks closed the afternoon session with prayer 
offering grace for the evening meal, which was enjoyed by'all. 

tie evening session!""''" ' '^''''' ''''''''' '" preparation for 

order^""^" ^^^^' '^^'^^'^derator, called the Evening Session to 

25. The Congregation joined in^s_inging a selection of hyims. 



"He Keeps Me Singing" 

"Since Jesus Came Into My Heart" 

"0, How I Love Jesus" 

26. Joe Cantrell read Scripture from Acts 17:22-28, and led in 
prayer . 

27. The Congregation sang "Stand Up For Jesus". 

28. Jimmy Johnson presented the Moderator's Address. 

We are partners together. Paul was called to go to 
Macedonia. Suppose how missions would have been different if he 
had gone to Asis Minor. Paul kept going and going and going. 
We will have bad days. Edison lost his work by fire. He 
thanked God for the opportunity to start over. }fy challenge for 
the Association is to keep going, keep growing, keep working for 
Him. ^ 

29. Amy Mathis presented the Missions Development Report and 
moved its adoption. This was seconded and adopted. 

30. Davis Benton presented "EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION CHURCHES 
- PARTNERS IN MINISTRY". 

Speaking for their churches were: 
Faison - Paul Rose 
Center - Albert Pope 

Kenansville - Gene Lakey and others 
Grove Park - Michael Shook 

31. The Offertory Hymn was "0 Zion Haste". 

32. Lamar Brooks led in the Offertory Prayer. 

33. An Offering was received for the "Bill Lamb Evangelism 
Trust" with the Baptist Foundation of North Carolina. 

34. The Congregation sang the "Doxology". 

35. Davis Benton introduced the Mission Message speaker Dr 
George Shore, Baptist State Convention. 

36. Grove Park Choir presented special music. 

37. George Shore delivered the Missionary Message. 
Reading from Luke 4:16-21, three questions were asked: (1) 

Who are we? (2) To whom is it we belong? (3) What is it God 
wants us to be about? 

Jesus spoke words that brought hope to the people. He 
always verbalized the Good News of the gospel of Christ He 
was telling The Story. We must tell The Story if we are to be 
partners in ministry. His was a lifestyle of servanthood ministry. 
We are about ministering to the needs of people. God has cpemd 
the door wide open to share the Gospel. Partnership ministries 
have been a proven ministry. There are opportunities in the 
Ukraine and a New York project. God has given us the OEportunity 
to share in these ministries. 

38. The Hymn of Dedication was "Take My Life". 

39. James Ezzell pronounced the benediction and closed the even- 
ing session in prayer. 

(Clerk's note: First Day's registration: From 40 churches there 
were 130 messengers, 11 alternates, and 21 visitors. Baptist 
State Convention - 3; EBA Staff - 3 and Non EBA Church - 1, for 
a total enrollment of 169). 

SECOND DAY -October 26, 1993 - MORNING SESSION 

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1. Registration. 

2. Jimmy Johnson, Moderator, called the session to order. 

3. Messenger and visitors sang "Amazing Grace". 

4. Herbert Lanier read Scripture from Exodus 4: 10-16 and 
led in prayer. 

5. Farrell Miller, Associate Clerk, gave the registration re- 
port. There are 36 of 44 churches represented, with 98 messengers 
nine alternates and 7 visitors registered. "I move that these 
present constitute a quorrim and we proceed with the business ."Tie 
motion was seconded and approved. 

6. The Clerk reported on the First Day Proceedings. 

7. Mack Musselwhite, Host Pastor, greeted the body and gave 
pertinent information. 

8. The Moderator recognized Elwood Oliver, Pastor of Alum 
Springs . 

9. The Congregation sang "Blessed Assurance". 

10. Church Program Reports: 

a. Sunday School - Tena Johnson 
, . b. Discipleship Training - Gene Lakey . . 
' c. Vacation Bible School - Jerry Todd 

d. Woman's Missionary Union - Louise Todd 
. ,., e. Brotherhood - Johnny Blanton 

f . Church Music - Jean Hatch 

g. Neal Eller, Baptist State Convention, spoke in 
regards to Church Music. 

Following each report, a motion was made and seconded to 
receive the report. Each motion carried. 

11. The Congregation sang "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross". 

12. Prior to recess, a special prayer for Harvey Blanton was 
led by Clyde Davis. 

13. Businss: 

a. Jerry Todd made a motion the Association sponsor and 
support an Ukranian Home Missionary for one year. The motion 
was seconded by Inez Peterson. The motion carried. 

b. The Moderator presented the Proposed Budget as a 
motion from the Budget Committee, which was seconded and app^Dved. 

14. Associational Committees Reports: 

a. Historical - Mary Hester Powell ^ 

b. Ordination - Gene Lakey 

c. Evangelism - Lynn Bullock . ' ■ 

d. Seminary Extension - Tyanna Day 
, . e. Media Library - Joyce Camp 

f . Properties - Jim Camp 

Each report was followed by a motion to accept, 
second and was approved. 

During the Evangelism Report, a motion was made 
to give permission to the Committee to explore the 
budget for any funds and the possibility of the Assoc- 
iation making a gift of $100.00 to the Youth CeldDration 
promoted by Paul Kennedy and Tim Gore. Motion seconded and 
approved . 

15. The Congregation sang "My Jesus, I Love Thee". 



16. Adoption of Committee Reports: 

a. Incorporation Committee - Michael Shook 
Michael Shook made the following motion: " I move that 

action be hereby authorized by the Trustees, Director of Missions, 
Clerk, Treasurer and whomever else necessary to take all the 
required steps to dissolve the association -Eastern Baptist 
Association and offer and transfer all of its identity and 
assets, including the real and personal property, and any other 
assets, liabilities, rights and obligations, to the successor 
corporation of this Association. I further move that the assoc- 
iation Eastern Baptist Association be dissolved as soon as the 
authorized acts of the above transfer are completed". The 
motion was seconded by Herbert Lanier, and unanimously approved 
by standing vote. 

b. Michael Shook moved the Moderator and Clerk be 
elected taiporarily to serve until officers are elected. This was 
seconded by Danny Johnson and approved. 

c. Michael Shook presented the following motion: "I 
hereby move to accept all of the members of the former 
association, Eastern Baptist Association, as members of the 
corporation Eastern Baptist Association. 

I further move to approve the Bylaws of Eastern Baptist 
Association, Incorporated. 

I further move to authorize the appropriate officers to 
open all necessary accounts on behalf of the corporation for 
financial stability. 

I further move that the following persons be the only 
persons authroized to sign checks on behalf of the corporation: 

Gary L. Rouse (Treasurer) and Jo Neal Robinson (Assistant 
Treasurer) . 

I further move that the members of this corporation 
hereby authorize and instruct the directors to accept all the 
assets, liabilities, rights and obligations including real and 
personal property, as transfers and gifts to this Association 
corporation from its predecessor association. Eastern Baptist 
Association. The directors are instructed and authorized to 
take all steps necessary to receive title in the name of the 
Eastern Corporation to such assets. The corporation hereby 
further assumes responsibility for all the contracts, employment 
agreements and other legal obligations of Eastern Baptist Assoc- 
iation. 

I further move that the members of this corporation 
recognize, affirm and declare that this corporation is the sole 
successor of the association Eastern Baptist Association, and 
that all rights of the former association are, so long as con- 
sistent with law, fully absorbed and merged into this corpora- 
tion." The motion was seconded by Larry Harper, discussed and 
unanimously approved by standing vote. 

b. Paul Rose presented the Nominating Committee Report 
and moved its adoption. This was seconded and approved. 

c. Todd Horton presented the Committee on Committees 
Report and moved its adoption. This was seconded and approved. 

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17- Greg Day preached the Doctrinal Sermon. 

"The Doctrine of Last Things" Acts 24: 1 - 14, 
36-44. Some have come to the end of their days 
by trusting a false messiah. Many have tried to 
bring a definition to the term - Eschatology. Believers are 
not worried about their immortality. The Son of Man would 
usher in the end of the age and begin a new day. 
In the early church concern was shared concerning the Second 
Coming of Christ. Believers were dying without seeing the re- 
turn of Christ in their lifetime. The end of the ages was 
understood as an unknown future time. Opponents to Biblical 
E schatology present an idea of escapism - a figment of the 
imagination. Some suggest it has already happened and them- 
selves work out their salvation. 

God cannot be left out of the reward for the faithful 
and judgment of the wicked. 
What steps must we take? 

1. Go back and believe the Bible as the ground to under 
stand eschatology. 

2. Combine theories of realized and unrealized escha- 
tology. 

3. Study the teachings of Jesus. 

It is futile for us to try to put a time or date to the end of 
the age. The Scriptures tell us only the Father in Heaven krx^ 
the time of the end of the age. The Lord's return is 
always imminent. We need to be ready, alert, and 
working till the Lord returns. 

Jesus' return will come when it meets God's 
condition and purpose. We must look at the hearts of 
the lost and our hearts as we watch and be ready for 
the return of Jesus. We are to be active, be ready, 
and watch for His return! ^' 

18. The Congregation sang "To God Be the Glory", 
ly. Reports of Appointed Committees: 

a. Time, Place, and Preacher - Johnny Hicks 
The first day session will be October 24, 

iyy4, at Piney Grove with Mount Vernon assisting. 
Uttis King IS named to preach the Annual Sermon with * 
Millard Bounds as Alternate. The second day session 
will be at Sharon with Shiloh assisting. A motion 
was made to accept the report. There was a second and 
the motion approved. 

b. Resolutions - Joey Cantrell presented the report and 
moved Its adoption. There was a second and the report adopted. 

c. Memorials - Danny Johnson and E.G. Mattocks pre- 
sented the report and moved its adoption. There was a second 
and the report was adopted. 

20. Jim Camp presented the Mission Challenge. 

Many give of themselves in service through 
Associational work. Association work is a partnership 
when we work together. Some things may need to change 
as we try to reach a lost world We might have a new mission 



at this time next year. Think how you can become more involved 
in missions in the coming year. 

21. Mack Musselwhite, host pastor, gave instructions for the 
meal. 

22. Outgoing Moderator, Jimmy Johnson, installed the new 
officers and turned the chair to the new Moderator, Louis Pate. 

23. Lonnie Carter pronounced the benediction and gave grace for 
the meal. 

(Clerk's note: from 39 churches, there were 109 messengers, 12 

Alternates, 18 visitors, 3 EBA staff, 1 Baptist State Convention 

for a total enrollment of 143. 

Following deletions for duplication, from 43 churches, there 

were 176 messengers and Alternates, 34 visitors, 4 BSC/NC, 

3 EBA, 1 non EBA Church for a total enrollment of 218). 

§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§ 

PROPERTIES COmiTTEE REPORT 
The Eastern Baptist Association Office and it's equipment has 
served our Association well during the past year. The flow of 
people into our office has been excellent, as is evident in the 
vearof the building. 

During the year there is need to update some of our equipment. 
As we use our computer more, we need to add a laser printer, and 
a folding machine could be used to save time with the flow of 
mail from the office. 

The storage building has saved time and backs. We have not 
gotten the trim painted; shelves and some racks are needed. 
The main purpose of the Associational Office is to meet the 
needs of people in our churches. We are ready to 
make whatever changes in the building and equipment 
to do just that - only limited by our finances. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gerald Quinn, Chairman 



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DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 

During the 1992-93 Associational year, the Discipleship Training 
program of the Eastern Baptist Association assisted churches and 
church staff in accomplishing tasks of reaching and equipping 
persons for discipleship and personal ministry by: 

1. Providing "M" Night, November 16, 1992 at Grove Park Baptist 
Church. A team from the Baptist Student Union at UNC - Wil- 
mington provided the program part of the meeting. 

2. Providing an "Evangelism and Preschoolers" Conference, Jan. 
19, 1993 at the EBA Conference Center. Rev. Ben Hall, Director 
of Missions, Montgomery Baptist Association was the conference 
leader . 

3. Providing an Associational Doctrine Study for Adults, March 
1 and 8, 1993 at the EBA Conference Center. Dr. Dean Martin of 
Campbell University was the teacher. 

4. Conducting an Associational Youth Retreat, March 19-20, 1993 
on the campus of Campbell University. 

5. Providing an Associational Deacon Leadership Conference, 
March 29, 1993 at Calypso Baptist Church. Rev. Bryan Chestnutt 
Pastor, Page Road Baptist Church, Durham was the conference 
leader . 

6. Conducting the Associational Children's and Youth Bible Drill 
and Youth Speakers Tournament, April 4, 1993 at Corinth Baptist 
Church. 

7. Sending Gene Lakey, Director, Associational Discipleship 
Training, to the State Key Leadership Conference, May 3-4, 
1993 at the N.C. Baptist Assembly at Caswell. 

8. Providing an "Evangelism and Children" Conference, May 6, 
1993 at the EBA Conference Center. Ms. Janice Haywood, 
Children's Associate, Sunday School Department, BSC, was the 
conference leader. 

9. Hosting a concert by WITNESS, July 2, 1993, at Grove Park 
Baptist Church. 

10. Providing an "Evangelism and Youth" Conference, August 5, 
1993 at the EBA Conference Center. Rev. Larry McElreath, Di- 
rector of Missions, Sandy Creek Baptist Association, was the 
conference leader. * 

11. Providing information, training and consultation during 
Associational Key Leadership, August 24, 1993 at Warsaw Baptist 
Church. 

12. Providing an Associational Bible Drill Training /Update for 
new and experienced leaders and judges, September 25, at the 
Kenansville Baptist Church. 

13. Providing personal consultation with church staff and 
discipleship training directors in the association on beginning 
expanding, and strengthening Discipleship Training in their 
churches . 

A special word of thanks goes to each member of the Associa- 
ticnal Disciple ship Training Team: 

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Jo Robinson, Preschool/Children's Consultant; Ann 
Thigpen, Youth Consultant; and Randy Cowan, Adult/ 
Deacon Ministry Consultant. They are to be commended 
for their "team spirit" and their vision for leading 
churches to provide the very best in discipleship. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gene Lakey, Director 



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OUR BELOVED DEAD 



BEAR MARSH 
Mr. Bruce Swinson 
Miss Lottie Byrd 
Mr. Randall Brock 

BEULAH 

Mrs. Pat tie Byrd 

BROWN 

Mrs. Laudis Westbrook 

CALVARY 

Edwin Lanier ' 

Sue Gurley 

CALYPSO 

Mr. Norwood Barfield 

Mrs. Annie Ruth Kelly 

CENTER 

Patricia Faye Herring 

CLINTON, FIRST 

Mr. Oscar Honeycutt, Deacon 

Mrs. Florence Pope 

Rev. Millard Johnson 

Mrs. Dorothy Russell 

Mrs. Clara Calloway 

Mrs. Dora Lovell 

Mr. Walter Langley, Jr. 

Mr. Paul Hope 

CONCORD 

W. F. Taylor, Deacon 

CORINTH 

Mrs. Doris H. Fussell 

Mrs. Rebecca Jackson 

DOBSON CHAPEL 
Mrs. Lela Wallace 

EVERGREEN ' 

Mr. Herbert Vann 

FAISON 

Stanley Kelly, Sr. 

W.C. Daughtry 



Mrs. Emma Foss 
Mrs. Nancy Holmes 



Mrs. Bessie Shipp 
Norwood Graham 

Mr. Michael King 



Mrs. Carrie Craig 

Mrs. Vara Cannady 

Mrs. Alice Hall 

Mrs. Helen Cook 



Mr. W.E. Hamilton 
Mr. John T. Peterson 



Mr. Marion Sasser 
Mr. Evander Savage 



Mrs. Dottie Atkinson 



Lucy Tucker 



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GARLAND 

Mr. Otis Rich 

GARNER'S CHAPEL 
Mr. Morris Rose 

GROVE PARK 
Mrs. Elector Bass 
Mr. Rodney Stroud 
Mr. Hissis Barefield 
Mr. Frank Horner 



Mr. Johnny McDaniel 



Mrs. Nora Hill 



Mrs. Belle Page 
Mr. Bobby Boyette 
Mr. Harold Wiggs 



IMMANUEL 

Mrs. Cleo Anderson 

Mr. C.W. Pope 

Mr. David W. Tyndall 

ISLAND CREEK 

Mrs. Irene Teachey 

Mrs. Gertrude Watkins 

JOHNSON 

Mr. Eugene Carlton 
Mr. Carl A. Kirby 
Mrs. Dentie Taylor 

KENANSVILLE 

Ms. Sally Stroud 

Mr. Vance Gavin 



Mrs. Ola Ruke 
Mrs. Sarah Bass 



Mrs. Laura Teachey 
Mr. Henry Carter 



Mrs. Jewell Jones 
Mr. Hubert Phillips 



Mrs. Lucille Stokes 



MAGNOLIA 

Mr. Charles( Jack) Joyner 

Mrs. Maude Batts 

Mrs. Wray Sasser 

Mrs. Addie Lou Culbreth 



Mrs. Ruth Brown 

Mrs. Florence Gallier 

Mrs. Louise Bass 



MOUNT GILEAD 

Mr. Clifton Bell 

Mrs. Ida Bryant 

Miss Annie Wright Rackley 

MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 
Mrs. Faye D. Goodson 
Mrs. Eva English Knowles 
Mrs. Frances Andrews 



Mr. Buck Carter 

Mrs. Maybelle Matthis 



Mrs. Ed Joyner 
Mrs. Grace Mozingo 



MOUNT VERNON 

Mr. James W. Jones 

Mrs. Callie Quinn 



Mr. Talmadge Wooten 



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George Pollock 



Mrs. Lillian Darden 



Carl Savage 



NEW HOPE '!;; ; ; '■ , 

Bell Rivenbark ' ' ' '^ 

PINEY GROVE ' '*' 

Mrs. Ola Darden Hellen 

ROSE HILL 

E.G. Murray, Jr . 

Mary Vernon 

SHARON 

Kate Futrell 

SHILOH ■ 

Mr. Lloyd Gurganus ' 

SILOAM 

Mrs. Margaret Hall 

Mr. C.P . Eakins, Trustee 

TEACHEY 

Mr. Densmore Rivenbark 

Mrs. Nannie Fussell 

UNION GROVE 

Mrs. Janie Barefoot Fryar 

WARSAW 

Mrs. GeorgeC'Pete") Hopkins Mrs. Ruth Hollingsworth 
Mrs. Maggie Taylor Mr. Graham Phillips 

Dr. J.M. Kornegay Mr. Edwin Knowles 

Mrs. Elease Sutton 



Mr. Graham Raynor 
Mr. Amos Carter, Sr 

Mrs. Ethel C. Kenan 



WELLS CHAPEL 
Mr. A.D. Ezzell 
Mr. H. S. Bland, Jr 

WHITE OAK ^^ 

Mr. Luke Strickland 



Mrs. Earl Cockman 
Mrs. Tola Bland 



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HISTORY OF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH 
On September 8, 1918, Bethel Baptist Church and Delway Baptist 
Church joined to form Evergreen Baptist Church. 
Bethel Church, situated about two miles southeast of Delway, was 
formed in 1843 with a membership of 79. Bethel joined the 
Goshen Association which eventually became the Eastern Associa- 
tion. 

Delway Baptist Church was formed on September 3, 1904, with 21 
members. It is believed the first meeting was held in the Dell 
School building. Some time later, a frame building was con- 
structed on a lot adjoining the Dell School boys' dormitory. 
This lot is a portion of the site of the building presently 
occupied by Evergreen Church. 

The brick building presently occupied by Evergreen was completed 
and dedicated on October 11, 1964. In addition, the parsonage 
was completed March 22, 1976. God has richly blessed us, and 
we are now nearing the completion of a fellowship hall. This 
building which will be named Hinson Hall in honor of former 
Pastor, Jasper Hinson, should be ready for our Homecoming cele- 
bration in October, 1993. 

Several members of Evergreen have left our community to enter 
the mission field. Included in this number are J.C. and Rosa 
Powell who served in Africa and Miss Pearl Johnson, Miss Katie 
Murray, and L.B. and Nell Olive, all of whom served in China. 
Evergreen Baptist Church has also sent the following our as 
ministers of the Gospel: Reverend Earle J. Rogers, Reverend Roy 
L. Hood, and Reverend Billy R. Todd. 

We rejoice in the Lord for His love and we praise Him for the 
wonderful blessings He has given Evergreen Baptist Church. 
Our prayer is that we will continue to humbly remember our 
heritage, stand firm in our present faith, and look forxvrard to 
the future; that we will continue under God's leadership as we 
meet the challenges of tomorrow. 

ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETINGS 
At each of the meetings regular reporting was done by the 
Committee representatives and Program Directors. 

At Albertson on January 19, 1993, Moderator, Jimmy Johnson pre- 
sided. T\\renty-nine churches were represented. A request for 
Cooperative Agreement Funds was made. Representatives approved 
and supported a new church-type mission work in the Northwest 
quadrant of Mount Olive. New pastors in the Association are 
Israel Tapia, Clinton Hispanic Mission, Chad Sparks, Garland, 
and Jim Knight, Associate, Mount Olive, First. 

The April 20, 1993 meeting was at Hickory Grove with 29 churches 
represented. Moderator, Jimmy Johnson presided. Herbert 
Lanier is pastor at Magnolia. Serenity Baptist Church was re- 
ceived into the Association. Lonnie Carter is Pastor. 
Opportunities for further Hispanic Mission work is in Wallace 
and Autryville. Cooperative Program Emphasis Day in the 

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Association is August 28 - 29, 1993. 

^nnr9f ^^Qof ^^?''^^?^'^' ^^^ P^^^^^^^ at the Called meeting, 
June 24, 1993 at Ingold. Failing to have a quorum present, the 
Moderator explained the possibilities, following consultation 
with other Associational officers, representatives approved a 
motion to suspend the constitution rules for this meeting only 
and proceed with the business at hand. The Association 
approved a motion in support of the "Here's Hope-Share Jesus 
Now" revivals for 1995. 

New Pastors are Joe Cantrell - Bear Marsh and Duane Caldwell - 
^vergreen. Summer missionaries - David Duarte, Beth Pope and 
Mary Hernandez, were introduced. The representatives approved 
extending a call to Amy Mathis to be the Mission Ministries 
Director. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ottis L. King, Clerk 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 
TT^T ^"^ ^t ^?!^l^ people. We used the emphasis theme, "Lead On" 
as WMU sought God's will in doing His work, realizing we are 
responsible for nuturing those gifts given to us, reaching out 
to the lost training and teaching through every avenue possible. 
We believe talking to God is very important; therefore, we began 
with a prayer retreat in January, led by Mrs. Donnioa Harrod. 
Those attending received inspiration from her message and left 
more filled with the Holy Spirit. 

I'^r.t^rb ^l^ ^ \T^^ ^^t ^^^ ^he Annual Session at Piney 
Grove Church where Mrs. Cathy Hopkins blessed us with her 
testimony and Dr. and Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Hill, Missionaries from 
inailand, gave inspiring messages. Voted by the WMU, Mrs. Inez 
Peterson was named "Bie Woman of the Year", and was presented a 

Late summer, WMU Associational leaders attended a training 
session m Clinton in preparation for training WMU Church 
ladies^ *rese^ session was held at the Warsaw Church with sixty 

Foston Church. Several girls from different churches, left 
happy with the wonderful fellowship shared by all. 

The Lord has blessed WMU this year; new organizations have begun 
^h^^ ^H Vf ^l^^^ "^^^ th^t ^^^ds to be done. Oir prayer is 
especially m cooperation with others in "Hope In Hurting 

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Humanity". 

Respectfully submitted, 
Louise Todd, Director 



WMU EIGHTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION MINUTES 

The 84th Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union, Eastern 
Baptist Association met Thursday, April 29, 1993, at Piney Grove 
Baptist Church, Clinton, North Carolina. 

Ola Daughtry began our session with a musical prelude. Louise 
Todd opened the session with prayer, followed by the congrega- 
tional singing of "To God Be The Glory" . 

Louise Todd called the session to order and Blanche Casey of 
Piney Grove WMU opened the session. 

Inez Peterson, a long-time member of Eastern Baptist Association 
WMU was recognized as the "WMU Woman of the Year". Mrs. 
Peterson's remarks were an inspiration to us. 

The afternoon speaker, Cathy Hopkins, formerly worked with our 
Eastern Baptist Association; presently she is Preschool /Children 
Growth Field Consultant; Discipleship Training, State Baptist 
Convention of North Carolina. Cathy related some of her ex- 
periences as a Christian. 

After the benediction and blessing for food, the session ad- 
journed for the evening meal. 

The evening session began with an invocation by Joanne Overton, 
followed by the singing of "We Are Called to be God's People". 
Joyce Camp led us in the prayer calendar for the day. 

The business consisted of the following: 

1. The reading of the eighty- third session minutes. 

2. The reports of the various organizations were called 
to the attention of the group and all were encoura^ 
to read the reports as presented in the program. 

3. The report of the Nominating Committee was accepted 

and the following officers were elected and in- 
stalled by Lucille Yancey: 

WMU DIRECTOR - LOUISE TODD 
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - JOANNE OVERTON 
ENLISTMENT - CONNIE CARLTON 
SECRETARY - JOAN BULLOCK 
BAPTIST WOMEN DIRECTOR - JANIE THOMAS 
ASSISTANT BAPTIST WOMEN DIRECTOR - BARBARA SHOOK 
BAPTIST YOU^G WOMEN DIRECTOR - DAISY CHESTNUTT 
ASS'T. BAPTIST YOUNG WOMEN DIR. - CYNDI FALATOVICH 
ACTEEN DIRECTOR - JENELL EDMUNDSON 
ASS'T. ACTEEN DIPJECTOR - SANDRA MILLER 
GIRL'S IN ACTION DIRECTOR _ KATHY QUINN 
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MISSION FRIEND DIRECTOR - CINDA BASS 
ASS'T. MISSION FRIENDS DIR. - ANGIE BASS 
MISSION ACTION DIRECTOR - JOYCE CAMP 
ASS'T. M. ACTION DIR. - MARY EVELYN WELLS 
AREA DIRECTORS: 

CLINTON - INEZ PETERSON 
GARLAND/ STAR - BETTY SANDERSON 
FAISON/WARSAW - CAROLYN DREW 
MOUNT OLIVE - VIRGINIA HINES 
WALLACE/ROSE HILL - BETTY BUTTS 
4. An invitation was extended by the Warsaw Baptist 
Church to hold the eighty-fifth Annual Session at 
the Warsaw Baptist Church. 
Nina McKenzie sang "Fill My Cup, Lord" , accompanied on the piano 
by Joanne Overton. 

A very inspiring message was brought by Dr. & Mrs. Ronald C. Hill 
foreign missionaries to Thailand. 

The congregation sang "Wherever He Leads I'll Go". Louise Todd 
closed the session with the benediction. 

Future hosts for the Annual Session listed in the program are: 

1994 - Warsaw Baptist Church 

1995 - Kenansville and Dobson Chapel 

1996 - Rose Hill 

1997 - Mount Gilead 

1998 - Faison 

One-hundred and seventy-one persons attended, representing twenty 
three churches . 

Respectfully submitted, 
Louise Todd, Director 
Gloria Lockerman, Secretary 

BROTHERHOOD REPORT 
1992-93 was a very good year for Eastern Baptist Brotherhood. 
There was a good response to our mission work this year. 

Our Baptist Men's Rally, which was held at Mount Gilead Church 
was a great success. Everyone enjoyed a good BBQ supper that 
had been prepared by the men of the church. Over 225 boys, 
men and their wives were there. The Director of missions from 
the Wilmington Association, Ed Bullock, brought a very inspiring 
message that challenged us to do more. 

On January 9, 1993, 24 men and women went to Southport to take 
part in Disaster Training. There are still more that are be- 
coming involved in this training. This is a very important 
ministry to get involved in. This is something that men can 
involve their wives in and work as a team. 

On June 21, one of our teams went to Holden Beach where the 
Disaster Van was set up to help feed the people doing the work 
on construction of Brunswick Height Baptist Church. 

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In August, Baptist men from a number of our churches took part 
in and helped supply the pig and trimmings at our Seasonal Farm- 
Workers Volunteer Appreciation Picnic. 

Our Baptist Men are responding greatly to the needs of our 
churches, Association and country. 

We hope to continue to do God's will by helping others as He has 
called us to do. We are helping churches that do not have a 
Brotherhood to get one started and become more involved in 
missions through their churches and greater received the bless- 
ings God has in store for them. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Johnny Blanton 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

SUNDAY SCHOOL The outreach arm of the church. If we are 

going to reach the lost for Christ, we must not only believe in 
Sunday School, but attend and be prepared for it. 
Our Association has an excellent ASSIST Team: 
Associational Sunday S^chool I^improvement Support Team. We are 
here to serve our churches, in that we can provide people with 
new and updated ways of teaching and reaching people. The 
ASSIST Team has been busy this past year. Here is a list of 
some of the things that we have provided for you: 

(1) The VBS went to Wallace for Statewide Training 

(2) We had two VBS Clinics with fourteen churches 
participating. 

(3)The ASSIST Team attended training conferences in Gary 
and Caswell. 

(4) Sunday School Training at Key Leadership. 

(5) The ASSIST Team will host fall leadership training 
in which we will promote methods and outreach 
strategies. 

(6) ASSIST Team members personally consulted individuals 
about their Sunday School work. 

Sunday School is vital to our churches and my prayer is that 
everyone would make this a top priority. 

I want to thank the ASSIST Team for all of their hard work and 
energies. 

.^ Respectfully submitted, 
i" ■ Tena Johnson 



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MEDIA CENTER REPORT 
Many videos are available for use in the EBA Center; 
Foreign Missions Update, Home Missions Update, Mandate (North 
Carolina Missions). These come each month and are an excellent 
resource for small groups interested in missions. 
There are many other videos and resource kits, equipping modules, 
and books available in the EBA Center. 

The Foreign Mission and Home Mission Studies 1993-94 are in video 
form with a teaching guide for adults. There are available to 
check out . ; 

If there are resource materials that you think would be helpful 
to have available to the Association, please contact the Media 
Committee. 

, Respectfully submitted, 

Joyce Camp, Chairman 

'' SEMINARY EXTENSION 

One of the purposes of Seminary Extension is to help 
meet ministry needs in the association. Seminary Extension 
also helps to train pastors and laypersons serving in church 
leadership roles. 

There is a catalogue available for anyone wishing to explore the 
topics of courses available through Seminary Extension. There 
are qualified persons in our association who are able to teach 
these courses. 

Seminary Extension is a good way to enhance and build upon your 
ministerial skills. It is my understanding that Campbell 
University will even accept all Seminary Extension courses for 
credit toward a degree. 

For many years North Carolina Baptists have supplemented Seminary 
Extension study for those who with to enroll in the numerous 
centers located throughout the state. As of July 1, 1993, the 
Seminary Extension department at the Baptist State Convention of 
NC is offering assistance of $15.00 per course per student. 
Anyone who is interested in more information on Seminary Extensicn 
may contact the EBA or Tyanna Day(6.58-5223) . 

: ' ' Respectfully submitted 

I , Tyanna Day '" 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 
Leading the Association to address priority mission needs in the 
area during 1992-93 the Missions Development Council planned, 
budgeted, coordinated and encouraged implementation through com- 
ponent programs. Two Special Meetings were held in addition to 
the regular quarterly meetings. 

1993 Cooperative Agreements by and between Eastern Association 
and the Baptist State Convention were approved at the 1992 
Annual meeting of the Association. 

The Council recommended Amy Mathis for the position of Mission 
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Special appreciation is expressed for the able service of Rev. 

Danny Johnson as interim Mission Ministries Director and to his 

parishioners at Ingold for their support. 

Reports of Mission Development component programs are submitted 

herewith. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lucille Yancey, MDC Director 

VOLUNTEER CHAPLAINCY COMMITTEE REPORT 
This year, the Committee was imable to carry out much ministry 
because Chairperson, Norman Wheeler moved away. Billy Todd is 
also unable to serve on the committee next year. Harvey Blanton 
has agreed to serve next year, so this ministry will hopefully 
start again soon. Chaplaincy focuses on ministry with persons 
in nursing homes, hospitals, prisons, and other institutions. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Amy Mathis, Mission Ministries Director 

DEAF MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 
The area Deaf Banquet was held at Poston Church in November with 
80 people attending. Billy Blakely, Pastor of the Deaf Mission, 
resigned in December. The Deaf Mission has a new minister, 
Lisa Corso who came March 1, 1993. Lisa teaches in the Wilson 
School for the Deaf and spends her weekends at Poston. She 
served full time during the summer 

The Deaf provided special music for the Easter Sunday Sunrise 
Service. Monthly fellowships are held. Deaf Awareness weekend. 
May 1-2 was observed with a trip to Carowinds. 
Six Deaf attended T.I.C. (together in Christ) at Camp Caraway, 
weekend of May 14 - 16. 

May 30, Steve Freeman, guest speaker and evangelist, ministered 
to the Deaf. 

June 14 - 18 Vacation Bible School was held for the Deaf. 
August 28 - Deaf attended Song of Liberty in Kenansville - Lisa 
Corso interpreted. 

We encourage all churches to be aware of the deaf in your commun- 
ities and if you cannot provide for them in your church - inform 
them of the Deaf Mission at Poston. Anyone is welcome. We have 
members who travel 35-40 miles round trip to worship with us. 
Any church desiring to begin a ministry to the deaf, contact me 
and I will help in any way I can. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Boney, Chainnan 

LITERACY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE REPORT 
The Literacy Committee has met regularly. Plans were made to 
have a workshop in June to train tutors for English as a Second 
Language. This workshop was held June 3 - 5 at the Warsaw 
Baptist Church. Tutors came from Wilmington to teach the class 
and trained ten tutors. Mary Hernandez took tutor training in 

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July at Caraway. She was the first Hispanic to complete tutor 
training. Mary worked hard during the summer with the farm 
workers and also works with her church, teaching English to 
Hispanics . 

Other work is being done to help others learn English. Pray 
that they can learn English and that they can read the 
Bible in English or Spanish. 

Respectfully submitted, 
. i Florence Hoover, Chairman 

^ "' SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES REPORT 
This summer, the Seasonal Farmworkers Ministry was more active 
than ever. With many more children in this area than in prev- 
ious years, we did 2 - 3 Backyard Bible Clubs per week through- 
out the summer, reaching over 200 youngsters. Our summer mis- 
sionaries included David Duarte, from San Antonio, and two area 
residents, Mary Hernandez and Beth Pope. Hispanic mission 
pastors Israel Tapia and Vicente' Rangel helped tremendously, 
resulting in many professions of faith and increasing the number 
of Hispanics attending our Baptist missions. The newly formed 
Warsaw Hispanic Mission was strengthened as a result of this 
summer's ministries. Other ways that people served were through 
leading Bible studies in the migrant camps, distributing food, 
clothing and health kits, and helping with the Medical /Dental 
van in July(See the Medical /Dental Van Committee Report). We 
thank everyone who served with seasonal farmworkers this year, 
and hope to use what we learned this year to help us plan for an 
even better summer of 1994. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Amy Mathis, MMD 

INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 
Since October 1992 two Interfaith Witness Awareness Conferences 
were held featuring programs on Islam and Jehovah's Witness at 
Warsaw Baptist Church and Jehovah's Witness and New Age at the 
Sharon Baptist. One of the IFW team members was able to receive 
training in the area of Mormonism this year. An awareness con- 
ference was scheduled for September 1993 at Immanuel. Baptist, ' 
dealing with the Mormons. Two new videos were recently pur- 
chased. "The Mormon Dilemma" and "Witness at Your Door" were 
recommended by the IFW Department of the Home Mission Board and 
are now available at the EBA for churches to borrow. 
Additional training is planned for November, 1993 in Newport 
News, Virginia and in April 1994 at Caraway. 

Respectfully submitted, 
' qr ■ * r;-; Randy Cowan, Chairman 



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MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRIES 
Attending Happiness Retreat at Camp Caraway was the highlight of 
our year for 31 campers. This year, we had 4 new campers. A 
special "thank you" to all of you who helped finance our retreat. 
A workshop was held in March on working with handicapped individ- 
uals. Mr. Neal Peyton, Director of Special Ministries, came to 
assist in our efforts. 

"Spring Fling" at Campbell University attracted 36 handicapped 
persons plus chaperones from our area for the days activities. 
An Easter brunch was hosted by Evergreen Church. Great food, 
fellowship, and Easter message were enjoyed by 29 mentally 
handicapped persons plus care givers. 

Santa paid a visit to 44 of our special people who attended the 
Christmas banquet. The Christmas story and Christmas music 
were part of the fellowship as we enjoyed a turkey dinner. 
Three churches have Sunday School classes for the handicapped 
with the possibility of a fourth starting soon. 
The committee needs your help in locating more "special people". 
If you have a special person in your church or neighborhood, 
please let us know so we can include them in our activities. 
Also, if you or your church would like to assist us in these 
activities, please get in touch with us. 

Pat Brown, Chairman 
; -■ - Michelle Re37nolds 
, . ■ .. Carol Todd 

S-&NrOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE REPORT 

Again the Senior Adult Committee would like to say thank you to 
all who helped make the past year a good one for the Senior 
Adults of E.B.A. 

Some of the outstanding events of course, were the picnic in 
September 1992 and the Rally in March 1993. 

The picnic was held at the Duplin Country Club near Kenansville. 
The choir of Calvary Baptist Church - Wilmington, with Katherine 
Godwin leader - presenting the program. We also had a comedian 
from "Rave" in Fayetteville, who contributed to our fun. 
The March Rally was hosted by the First Baptist Church - Clinton. 
Dr. Alfred Miller, Pastor, gave the devotional. Jean Hatch 
directed the senior choir in singing. Other special music was 
by Lua Turner. We had Reverend Maurice Cooper as speaker and 
challenger for the day. Both the picnic and the rally were 
well attended and successful. 

Perhaps the most far reaching and different event was the NaticraL 
convention for Seniors which was held in Atlanta, Georgia, in 
April, 1993. 

We heard many outstanding speakers and many wonderful choirs. 
This was a special experience and enriching one. We are grate- 
ful to Reverend Danny Johnson and Reverend Jim Camp and others 
who helped with the many facets that made this possible. 
We now have plans for Caraway again October 18-21, 1993. Also, 
September picnic was on the 23rd. . 



Many changes take place in ministry from time to time, but the 
Lord continues to bless and guide. It is a joy to be a Senior 
Adult, a joy to become one. It is also a highlight of our 
lives to share this time with others like you. Please come 
join - All Seniors! 

A special thanks to Arlene Rhodes and Lois Colwell - Committee 
members ! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Eunice Newkirk, Chairman 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE REPORT 
This year, CSM provided for the needs of many persons in the 
area. Our supplies of food and clothing are very healthy 
thanks to people's generosity. The food pantry was reorganized 
making its use much easier. We continue to use the Emergency ' 
Fund for one-time help with utilities, rent and transportation- 
donations are always welcome. ' 

The Rose Hill Caring Center closed in August. Mrs. Margaret 
Stafford, who used to manage this ministry, has agreed to serve 
on the Social Ministries Committee for next year. We are still 
m need of a chairperson, since Danny Johnson will no longer be 
serving. ^ 

Next year, the Committee may wish to collect more items for 
babies and small children, since there have been a lot of needy 
lamilies this year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Danny Johnson, Chairman 

CHURCH EXTENSION COMMITTEE REPORT 
In 1990, the Missions Development Council of the Eastern Baptist 
Association determined in their long range planning that there 
might be the need to establish a Mission Church in the Mount 
Olive area. According to the plan there was a need to "begin 
two new mission churches. Goal 1: to establish a mission 
church m Clinton and Goal 2: to establish a mission church in 
Mt. Olive. Two action plans for Goal 2 were outlined. Action 
Flan 1: attempt to locate the unchurched in Mt. Olive. Action 
Plan 2: attempt to determine what type of church service they 
will feel comfortable with and will attend. This will help de- 
termine the geographical location of the mission church " 
On September 12, 1992, a PROBE survey was conducted in the Mt ' 
Olive area m conjunction with the EBA, the Baptist State Con- 
vention of NC, First Baptist Church of Mt. Olive, and repre- 
sentatives of surrounding churches. 

The results of the PROBE indicated the Northwest quadrant of the 
Mt. Olive area as having the greatest potential for growth in 
the region and the best possible location for a church-type 
mission to begin. 

After consideration by the Church Extension Committee, the New 
Work Committee of First Baptist Church of Mt. Olive, the EBA 
Director of Missions and representatives of the Eastern Baptist 
Association, it was determined that a new church-type mission 

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should begin in the designated area of Mt. Olive as soon as 
possible. 

In order for this to be accomplished, it was necessary to find 
proper sponsorship of this new work. On January 17,1993, First 
Baptist Church of Mt. Olive voted to become The Church of 'Record 
for the new church- type mission. As The Church of Record, 
First Baptist Church of Mt. Olive would hold in trust the new 
members and finances of the new work, provide prayer support, 
loan members to begin the new work, assist in staffing the 
Sunday School and provide financial support as able to do so. 
In conjunction with the actions of First Baptist Church of Mt. 
Olive, the Eastern Baptist Association and the Baptist State 
Convention of NC are sponsoring entities along with area 
churches who will have the ability to be sponsoring churches but 
not have the same responsibilities of being the Church of Record. 
On January 19, 1993, the Eastern Baptist Association, in conjun-* 
ction with First Baptist Church of Mt. Olive, acting as The 
Church of Record, and The Baptist State Convention of NC, along 
with any interested sponsoring churches of the Eastern Baptist 
Association, became active sponsors of a new church- type mission 
work in the Northwest quadrant of the Mt. Olive area. 
Financial support of the new church-type mission will be and has 
been provided by the Eastern Baptist Association, the Baptist 
State Convention of NC, and any interested sponsoring churches. 
An Eastern Baptist Association Mission Advisory Committee has 
been formed which includes a representative from the EBA Church 
Extension Committee, as well as one member from each sponsoring 
entity to oversee the financial and developmental aspects of the 
new church-type mission. The pastor of First Baptist Church of 
Mt. Olive and the Director of Missions of EBA and pastors of 
sponsoring churches act as ex-officio members of the EBA Missico 
Advisory Committee. 

As of the writing of this report an on-going Home Bible Study 
group has begun its tenth week of existence with an average of 
twelve people in attendance. Seeing the need of this Mission 
Bible Study group to grow and continue to flourish, the Missions 
Advisory Committee hired Rev. Danny Johnson to be a Church 
Starter for the Mt. Olive Mission. Rev. Johnson will work in 
conjunction with the Missions Advisory Committee in the develop- 
ment of this mission effort. To date, a weekly prayer fellow- 
ship luncheon has been started in the Mt. Olive area to open the 
doors to even more opportunities for the growth of the mission. 
Continue to pray for this excellent opportunity that the Lord 
has started in the Mt. Olive region to reach even more people 
with the Good News of Jesus Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, , 
Greg Day, Chairman, 
; Church Extension Committee -: 

Mission Advisory Committee .' ' 

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MEDICAL/DEt'n:AL VAN COMMITTEE REPORT 
This committee was formed in August in order to plan the medical 
dental van's use for next year. Mrs. Penny Lockeman agreed to 
serve as chairperson, and there are 4 more spots on this commit- 
tee if anyone is interested. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Amy Mathis, MMD 

MOUNT OLIVE HISPANIC MISSION REPORT 
The Mission celebrated its first anniversary in November, 1992. 
In May, 1993, a musical group was started to play in church 
services . 

A revival was held in June, as well as participating in a state- 
wide youth conference. 
Four men were trained in homiletics. 
There were 3 different preaching points. 
In August, 6 baptisms were performed. 

A Backyard Bible Club was held in the Carolina Turkeys' trailer 
park for over 25 children. 

Prayer meetings are held Wednesdays, as well as new services on 
Friday and Saturday Nights. 
Sunday School attendance has grown. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Vicente' Rangel, Pastor 

DEAF MISSION REPORT 
The activities of the Mission at Poston Baptist Church are the 
same as those of the Deaf Ministries Committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 
,ij, Mary Boney, Chairman 

RESORT/LEISURE COMMITTEE REPORT 
The Resort/Leisure work seeks to minister to travelers, espec- 
ially at the rest stop at 1-40 in Warsaw. Unfortunately, we 
have not been able to make much progress on this ministry 'yet. 
Hopefully, next year we can gain more interest and support to 
make this a viable area of work. 

, ■; . :, Respectfully submitted. 

Amy Mathis, MMD 

MARANATHA BAPTIST MI SSION( CLINTON FIRST CHURCH) REPORT 
Again, God has been good to the Hispanic Mission throughout the 
year of 1993. In January Pastor Israel Tapia, Ruth and their 
son moved to Clinton. Rev. Israel Tapia accepted the pastorate 
m December 1992. Thirty persons became members of our mission, 
nineteen of them united with the fellowship by baptism, after 
making professions of faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, 
the other twenty-one people joined by letters and statements. 
The Sunday School grew to an enrollment of 120. We had 70 
professions of faith. 

In January we started an out-reach program through Home Bible 
Study - this program has been very effective in reaching the 



lost for ChriGt, and in involvinR most of our mmbers^ 
We started a home Bible study m l^farsaw and m FeDruai*y our home 
Bible study moved to a building rented by Warsaw Baptist Qurch. 
February 19-21 we held a revival, having 18 professions of faith 
in Christ as their Lord and Savior. From February to July we 
met twice a week, Thursdays Bible Study, and Sundays to have 
Sunday School and Worship Service. Clinton Mission was working 
along with Warsaw Church and EBA until nine of our members trans 
f erred their membership to Warsaw Church, and the third mission 
of our Association was bom. 

First Baptist Church of Clinton licensed Armando Aguilar to 
preach in Warsaw Mission. 

We had a preaching point in Jacksonville during the summer, 
started another in Magnolia, and now, we have preaching points 
in Clinton, Wallace, Hayne Stretch, and Hwy. 210. Members of 
our mission are in charge of these preaching points. 
During the summer, members of our mission were involved in 
Chinquapin. On July 10, we had a workshop entitled "Doctrines 
of the Bible" taught by John L. Jones, Associate Multi-Ethnic, 
North Carolina Baptist State Convention. 

On July 11, we had the Clinical Van. We had five professions 
of faith and more than 150 attended our Sunday School and worship 
service . 

In August, we had "One day soul -winning workshop with Enio 
Aguero, Interim Director of South Roanoke Association, Home 
Missionary, and Director of Language of South Roanoke Association. 
On September 25, our Boyce Bible School started with 17 students, 
taught by Enio Aguero, a graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theo- 
logical Seminary. Boyce Bible School is under the Seminary Ex- 
tension program of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. 
The building fund has grown to over $61,380.00. The plans to 
begin construction early in 1993 was postponed but we are very 
happy that hopefully our building would be a reality. 
Thank you very much to First Church at Clinton for being our 
"mother church"; our sincere thanks to EBA, NC Baptist State 
Convention and all other churches that help us in prayer and 
support. To God be the glory! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Israel Tapia, Pastor 

MISION BAUTISTA ESPANA GETSEMANI (WARSAW HISPANIC MISSION) 
In January 1993 the Missions Committee of Warsaw Baptist Church 
learned that a local Pentecostal Hispanic Congregation had dis- 
banded due to their pastor's leaving. Our Committee felt it 
appropriate to organize a Baptist Hispanic Mission, since there 
are large numbers of Hispanic people in the area who would be 
forced to travel long distances in order to worship. 
At the same time we learned that Rev. Israel Tapia was very 
active in Sampson and Duplin Counties organizing Bible studies 
among the Hispanic. Rev. Tapia was gracious and helpful in 
beginning a mission in an old hardware store downtown. He 
visited the people and held services, and the work began to gcov. 

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Through the spring and sumfiier the expenses of the missions were 
met by voluntary contributions, for which we are grateful The 
Lord met our needs. Several Hispanic people were converted and 
baptized at the Clinton Hispanic Mission. In July our church 
voted to officially sponsor the mission, named by the little 
Hispanic congregation, "Mision Bautista Espana Getsemani" 
At present a young man named Jose Armando Aguilar is supplying 
the pulpit of the mission. Armando has been licensed by the 
Clinton Hispanic Mission, and is committed to taking theological 
training through the Boyce Bible School provided by the Southern 
Baptist Convention in Goldsboro, NC. We are encouraged by the 
response so far with some 25 in attendance for services on Thurs- 
day evenings and Sunday mornings. A mission committee has been 
lormed m the mission with representatives from Warsaw Baptist 
Church, the mission, and the Eastern Baptist Association. We 
look forward to future development of this work as the Lord 
leads . 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jim Drake, Pastor, Warsaw Church 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE REPORT 
We are excited about the increased interest in Evangelism in EBA 
Your Evangelism Committee has discussed the possibility of an 
Evangelism Rally for our Youth and assisted the EBA Discipleshin 
Training Committee with the "WITNESS" concert on July 2 1993 
^L^^'u''^ l^""^ Church. Recommendations have been made that all 
EBA churches elect Evangelism Committees to increase awareness 
o± and interest in the Evangelism at the local level. Our 
mam thought for the year was our Annual Evangelism Rally which 
was held this year (9-13-93) at First Baptistf Clinton - twenty 
two churches were represented with an attendance of 159 as we 
heard an inspiring challenge from Dr. Roy Smith, Director of the 
North Carolina Baptist State Convention. Music was provided 
by our EBA Choir, led by Jean Hatch. 

TO^tTaCH^'^^TO^TELL""^'^^''^^ ''^^''^ """^ ^^^^ reflected "TO GO, 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lynn Bullock, Chairman 



39 



VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 
Two VBS training clinics were held, involving 64 people, includ- 
ing three pastors. 





Enroll- 


Avg. 


No 


Hours 


Prof. 


Achiev . 


Church 


ment 


Att. 


Days 


Daily 


Faith 


Level 


Alum Springs 


46 


44 


5 


2 




Standard 


Bear Marsh 


110 


95 


5 


2 




Standard 


Brown 


59 


53 


5 


2 


1 


Standard 


Calypso 


52 


52 


5 


2 




Standard 


Center 


60 


56 


5 


2^2 


9 


Standard 


Clinton, FBC 


122 


98 


5 


2h 


3 


Vf 


**(1 BYBC-55 enrolled) 


(75 prospects discovered) 






Concord 


81 


63 


5 


^^2 




Standard 


Corinth 


78 


63 


5 


2 


6 


Standard 


Dobson Chapel 


72 


66 


5 


2^2 




Standard 


Evergreen 


72 


65 


5 


2^2 


5 


Advanced 


Faison 


60 


52 


5 


2 




ii 


Garland 


81 


69 


5 


3 




•k 


Gamer's Chapel 


49 


44 


6 


2^2 




•k 


Grove Park 


166 


122 


5 


3 




•k 


"'^Immanuel 


60 


50 


5 


2^2 




Standard 


(BYBC - 12 enrolled) 












Ingold 


35 


30 


4 


2^2 




Standard 


Island Creek 


39 


34 


5 


2 




Standard 


Johnson 


V- 


■>v 


5 


2 


2 


Standard 


Kenansville 


68 


60 


5 


2^2 




■k 


**(BYBC-17 enrolled) 












Mount Gilead 


64 


62 


5 


2 


1 


Standard 


Mt. Olive, FBC 


122 


101 


5 


3 




Standard 


Poplar Grove 


41 


28 


5 


2 




Standard 


Poston 


168 


120 


5 


4 


17 


•k 


Rose Hill 


92 


77 


5 


2 




Standard 


Rowan 


78 


50 


5 


3 


3 


Standard 


Serenity 


44 


32 


5 


2 




* 


Peace 


31 


26 


5 


2 




* 


Sharon 


91 


75 


5 


3 




Standard 


Shiloh 


60 


64 


5 


3 


6 


* 


Siloam 


73 


60 


5 


3 




Standard 


Teachey 


45 


37 


5 


"h 




Standard 


Turkey 


SI 


76 


5 


1\ 




* 


Union Grove 


33 


29 


4 


2h 




* 


Warsaw 


85 


63 


5 


2 




•k 


White Oak 


28 


24 


5 


2 




•k 


Piney Grove 


107 


84 


5 


2 




Standard 


* Not indicated 














** BYBC 















■40- 



CHURCH CONTRIBUTIONS TO ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

':, :•; • " .. ' ; TEN 

MONTHS 

"^ ' ' ENDED 

lili 1992 10/31/93 

Albertson 1,103.50 1,021748 791 49 

Alum Springs 700.00 720.01 675*00 

Bear Marsh 600.00 550.00 55o'oO 

Be^lah 1,521.74 1,033.34 808*23 

B^o^n 225.00 225.00 190*00 

Calvary 1,268.96 2,494.80 1 531*57 

Calypso 858.75 840.00 ^730*00 

Center 576.35 480.00 800.*00 

Clinton, FBC 8,376.32 9,313.28 6 159 72 

Hispanic Ms-C 54.99 -0- ' -0- 

Concord 1,164.38 947.69 763 42 

Corinth 2,362.19 3,351.00 2 548*14 

Dobson's Ch. 1,999.01 2,173.42 1 854*74 

Evergreen 900.00 1,200.00 1^200*00 

F^ison 991.00 1,294.00 l'l39*53 

Garland 2,288.60 2,352.78 2;273*60 

Garner's Ch. 750.00 800.00 800 00 

Grove Park 3,706.40 4,469.47 3 395*93 

Hickory Grove 1,100.00 1,100.00 '825*00 

Immanuel 3,281.99 3,334.08 2,970.*40 

^^gold 300.00 390.00 804 72 

Island Creek 900.00 900.00 750*00 

Johnson 2,208.55 1,924.58 1,881.*38 

Kenansville 4,673.13 5,220.69 4 056 25 

Magnolia 634.70 670.31 ^531*09 

Mount Gilead 2,798,00 2,934.80 ' 2 624*18 

Mt. Olive, FBC 8,553.65 9,560.54 6'333*42 

Hispanic Ms-MO 258.16 853.98 '817*58 

Mount Vernon 3,281.03 3,717.10 4 034*29 

New Hope 600.00 600.00 '900*00 

Peace 739.73 814.47 - 722.*80 

Pi^fy Grove 664.50 450.00 600.00 

400.00 



Poplar Grove 440.00 480.*00 

Poston 3,872.72 4,289.49 3,804*85 

Rose Hill 2,000.00 2,070.00 1500*00 

Rowan 3,082.44 1,437.41 1,'868.*50 

Serenity ( Established in 1993 ) 59I 08 

Sharon 1,856.00 17982.50 - 1,771.*50 

Shiloh 1,669.00 1,779.00 1 537.00 

Siloam 1,000.00 1,000.00 ' 1 000.00 

Teachey 1,164.93 1,833.31 ' 1 666.50 

Turkey 1,710.27 1,822.78 1 559 77 



•41- 



1991 



1992 



Union Grove 644.00 600.00 
Warsaw 4,560.33 5,414.96 
Wells Chapel 2,290.27 1,782.60 
White Oak(To E BA, Oct. 19 91) 900.00 
TOTALS $83,730.49 $91,128.86 



TEN 
MONTHS 
ENDED (1 0-31) 

570.00 
4,066.47 
1,554.85 

900.00 



$76,853.00 
(10 months only) 



SCHEDULE OF MEETING PLACES OF EASTERN ASSOCIATION 



1994 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

1995 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

1996 

1st Day "Warsaw 
Calvary 

2nd Day -Bear Marsh 

Alum Springs 
Peace 



■Piney Grove 
Mount Vernon 

■Sharon 
Shiloh 



■Rowan 
White Oak 

■Poston 
Wells Chapel 



1997 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

1998 

1st Day Rose Hill 



"Corinth 
Teachey 

"Kenansville 
Albertson 



2nd Day -Immanuel 

Hickory Grove 



1999 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

2000 '• 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

2001 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

2002 
1st Day 

2nd Day 

2003 
1st Day 

2nd Day 



''Faison 

Calypso 

Poplar Grove 
''Garland 

Ingold 

Center 

"Island Creek 
Dobson' s Ch. 

"Grove Park 
Brown 



Clinton, First 



Magnolia 

Concord 

Johnson 



Mount Olive, First 

"Mount Gilead 
Union Grove 



*Siloam 
Evergreen 

"Turkey 
Beulah 
New Hope 



" Meeting Place 

Other listed churches assisting with meal on 
respective days. 



•42- 



1994 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

1994 ANTICIPATED INCOME 

January 1 - December 31, 1993 & 1994 

REVENUE '' ' -,993 

Churches, Regular Contributions $ 

Churches - EBA Minutes 
Baptist State Convention 
Cooperative Agreements 
Copier Fees 
Interest Revenue 
Churches - Special Gifts 
Indivduals - Special Gifts 
Sales Tax Refund 
Hunger & Emergency funds 
Other Receipts 
State Missions Offering 
Herman Coker Trust Fund 
John Flake Trust Fund 
TOTAL REVENUES - ANTICIPATED INCOME $ H^ML $ ~T3fl§ 



99,287 
1,500 


$ 102,010 
1,500 


24,550 
150 
750 
2,000 
500 
600 


20,850 
150 
800 
2,000 
500 
400 


1,200 
1,500 


1,200 
1 ,500 




100 




250 



Escrow and Designated Funds I993 



1 993 Cooperative Agreements 
To be provided through the 
State Baptist Convention 

Missions Ministries Staff Salary 

Hispanic, Mt Olive 

Hispanic, Clinton 

Summer Missionaries 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries 

Deaf Mission, Poston 
Total Cooperative Agreements 



1994 



World Missions Conference $ 1 200 $ 1 onn 

Clinton Hispanic Mission ^ ^'^°° 

Building Fund 16 680 

Seansonal Farmworkers Ministry ' ^ofn 

Mt Olive Anglo Mission ,,':^„ 

1 1 ,688 



$ 1Z.880. $ 34:548 



; 10,500 


$ 


9.500 


5,500 




4,800 


3,000 




3,000 


" 4,000 




2,000 


800 




800 


750 


$1 


750 


24,550 


— 20,850_ 



-43- 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
1994 BUDGET 

As recommended by the Stewardship Committee and cipproved 
by the Eastern Baptist Assn. on October 26, 1993 

EXPENDITURES - ANTICIPATED 
January - December, 1994 



ADMINISTRATION 



PERSONNEL 




1993 


1994 


DOM Salary 


$ 14,805 


$ 15,545 


DOM Housing 




10,500 


1 1 ,000 


DOM Annuity 




3,600 


3,780 


DOM SS Offset 




2,415 


2,535 


MMD Salary 




18,300 


19,215 


MMD Annuity 




2,986 


3,135 


Secretary Salary 




10,080 


10,585 




■I . .. 


62,686 


65,795 


STAFF SUPPORT 


:\ - 






DOM Insurance 




6,550 


6,550 


DOM Travel 




4,576 


4,575 


MMD Travel 




3,600 


4,200 


DOM Conference & Conventions 


1,000 


1,000 


MMD Conference & Conventions 


250 


350 


SS Secretary 




770 


810 


SSMMD 




1,400 


1,470 


Secretary Conferences 







100 




/ 


18,146 


19,055 


OFFICE EXPENSE 








Repairs 




600 


600 


Copier Service 




1,000 





Supplies 




1,500 


2,000 


Printing 




1 ,800 


1,800 


Postage 




2,200 


2,000 


Telephone ^ 


^ 


2,800 


2,400 


Equipment Purchases 




1,500 


2,000 


Association Minutes 




1,500 


1,500 


Building & Grounds Maintenance ^^ 


3,500 


3,500 


Sales Tax 




400 


400 


Clerk Supplies 







25 


, ■ , , .;, ^"" ^ ^ ' ' - 


Continued 


16,800 


16,225 


. 


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EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
1994 BUDGET 



MISSIONS 

Christian Social Ministries 
Baptist Student Union 
Hispanic, Clinton 
Hispanic, Mt Olive 
Hispanic Seminary Fund 
Deaf Mission, Poston 

Amounts received are expended 
Hunger Fund 
Emergency Fund 

SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 
Salaries 
PICA ^'"^^^ 3,000 



Continued 








1993 

50 

300 

5,000 

9,000 

1,200 


1994 




50 

200 

4,000 

9,000 






750 


900 



Travel 



Continued 

-45- 



16,300 14150" 



300 230 



Meals 2,100 1,700 

Housing 



800 800 

800 500 

400 400 



Speakers 

Supplies „^^ 

Film Rental . ^^^ 300 

Miscellaneous JJl '^^ 

____200^ 200 



9.370 7:200" 

OTHER MINISTRIES 

Deaf Ministries p-.^ 

Literacy Ministries ^J^" 

Senior Adult Ministries ^^n ??? 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries 

Missions Development Training 

Chaplaincy Ministries P^ 

Interfaith Witness Ministries ^ inn 

Missions Development Council 

Church Extension Ministries 

Resort & Leisure Ministries 



650 750 

600 600 

200 225 

25 

100 300 

25 25 

25 25 

_0_ 100 



3,025 2,650 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 




1994 BUDGET 






Continued 






CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 


1993 


1994 


Sunday School 


965 


975 


Discipleship Training 


1,150 


1,150 


WMU 


1,150 


1,450 


Brotherhood 


100 


500 


Music 


435 


200 


Evangelism 


400 


400 


Media Library 


250 


250 


Seminary Extension 


'50 


50 


Orientation Committee 


50 


50 


Stewardship Committee 


60 


60 




4,610 


5,085 


FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES 




Ministers Conferences 


100 


100 


Ministers Wives Conferences 


50 


50 


Annual Meeting 


400 


400 


- 


550 


550 


MISCELLANEOUS 






Miscellaneous 


300 


300 


Designated 






Key Leadership Conference 


250 


250 




550 


550 


TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENSES $ I 


132,037 


$ 131,260 



End of Report 

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CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS 

ALBERTSON - Douglas Stroud, Box 25, Albertson 28508 568-4289 
ALUM SPRINGS - Larry Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd. Mount Olive, 
28365 658-3614 

BEAR MARSH - Stanley Byrd, Rt. 2, Box 60, Mt. Olive 28365 

658-3987 
BEULAH - James R. Ricks, Rt. 1, Box 101, Turkey 28393 533-2345 
BROWN - Morris W. Hall, 604 Blaney St., Clinton 28328 592-0427 
CALVARY - Edgar Rouse, 302 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398 293-2127 
CALYPSO - Leonard Teachey, 513 W. Main St., Mt. Olive 28365 

658-4226 
CENTER - Robert Hudson, Rt. 1, Box 135-A, Harrells 28444 

532-4566 
CLINTON, FIRST - Tim Spell, 801 Coharie Rd. , Clinton 28328 

592-2279 
CONCORD - Gary Bell, Rt. 1, Box 269-B, Rose Hill 28458 289-3974 
CORINTH - Alvin Knowles, 110 W. Clement St., Wallace 28466 

285-4846 
DOBSON CHAPEL- Greg Brown, 1041 Stocking Head Rd. , Rose Hill 

28458 289-3926 

EVERGREEN - Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444 532-2271 
FAISON - Glenn Jernigan, P.O. Box 278, Faison 28341 267-3861 
GARNER'S CHAPEL - Randall Albertson, 1219 Bennetts Bridge Road, 

Mount Olive 28365 658-5291 

GROVE PARK - Charles Pope, 904 Raleigh Road, Clinton 28328 

592-3740 
HICKORY GROVE - Keith Naylor, Rt. 1, Box 137-E, Clinton 28328 

564-6113 
IMMANUEL - Paul Tippett, 203 Bradshaw Street, Clinton 28328 

592-4052 
INGOLD - Bobby Lamb, Rt. 1, Box 319, Garland 28441 529-5961 

ISLAND CREEK - Kenneth Batchelor, Rt. 1, Teachey 28464 285-4404 
JOHNSON - Boyce Boyette, 306 Boyette Road, Warsaw 28398 293-7367 
KENANSVILLE - Robert Swain, 126 Henry Middleton Road 

Warsaw 28398 293-7777 

MAGNOLIA - Kenneth Baker, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453 289-2313 
MOUNT GILEAD - Nathan Gay, Rt. 4, Box 166-B, Clinton 28328 

592-4846 
MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST - Louis Pate, 102 Meredith St., Mt. Olive 

28365 658-6170' 

MOUNT VERNON - Ray Gainey, Rt. 5, Box 246, Clinton 28328 

533-3804 
NEW HOPE - Ed Colwell,Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 533-3372 

PEACE - James Best, P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325 658-4712 
PINEY GROVE - Craig Thornton, Rt. 5, Box 247-A, Clinton 28328 

533-3590 
ROSE HILL - Larry Price, P.O. Box 638, Rose Hill 28458 

00Q_000'7 

ROWAN - Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328 592-3437 

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CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS (Continued) 

SHARON - Earnie Gray, Chinquapin 28521 285-3704 

SHILOH - Keith Andrews, 230 NC 11 N, Beaulaville 28518 

298-5477 
SILOAM - Wayne Cannady, Rt. 1, Box 154-A, Wallace 28466 

532-4235 
TEACHEY - J.J.Ward, Rt. 1, Teachey 28464 285-3404 

TURKEY - H.J. Register, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 533-3845 
UNION GROVE - G lenwood Fryar, Rt. 4, Box 357-A, Clinton 28328 

592-8274 
WARSAW - Gerald Quinn, P.O. Box 283, Warsaw 28398 

293-4579 
WELLS CHAPEL - Bland Carr, Rt. 1, Box 217, Willard 28478 

532-4144 
WHITE OAK - Kenneth Honeycutt, Rt. 6, Box 357~A, Clinton 28328 

564-6882 



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The 1993 Minute Book 

of the 

Eastern Baptist Association 

is concluded with the following 

Statistical Tables 

for your further information 

and reference. 

Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table C - Church Training 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 

Table H - Mission Expenditures 

Table I - Special Information 



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Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Sixty-Seventh 
Annual Session 

1994 

North Carolina 



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North Carolina 

Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Sixty-Seventh 

Annual Session 

1827 - 1994 



FIRST DAY SECOND DAY 

October 24, 1994 October 25 1994 

PINEY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH SHARON BAPTIST CHURCH 

Co-Host-Mt. Vernon Baptist Church Co-Host Shiioh Baptist Church 



THEME: "Churches In Association - Partners In New Work 
MODERATOR: Louis Pate CLERK: Ottis King 

NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day - Rowan Baptist Church, Clinton - October 30, 1995 

(White Oak Baptist Church Assisting) 

Second Day - Poston Baptist Church, Wallace - October 31, 1995 

(Wells Chapel Baptist Church Assisting) 

ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 
Location: 109 North Center Street 

^olfoo "^^^^fo °"' " ^^"'^^ "• ^^"'P' 40^ Pineview Road, Clinton NC, 
28328; (O) (919) 293-7077, 1-800-593-7077, (H) (910) 590-3592 

Mission Ministries Director - Amy Mathis, 615 Park Avenue Clinton 
NC 28328; (O) 1-800-593-7077; (H) (910) 592-3623 

Secretary - Jo Neal Robinson, Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton NC 28328 
(O) 1-800-593-7077; 910-293-7077; (H) (910) 592-3044 



The 1994 Annual of the 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Is Dedicated To 

AMOS Q. BRINSON, SR. 





Dunng the 1994 Annual Session held October 25, 1994 at Sharon Baptist Church 
the messengers of the Eastern Baptist Association voted to dedicate the 1994 Annual 
ot the hastern Baptist Association to the memory of Amos Q Brinson Sr 

Amos Brinson was a World War II veteran and native of Kenansville. He owned 
and operated Kenansville Drug Store for 60 years, was a former mayor of Kenansville 
and served in various capacities in civic and government organizations 
oiKZZ^Tn *^ ^nu" T'u '' '^""''^ ^"'^ association. He was a lifelong member 
ri^r ?.riK^''"" ^^"'■'''' ^^"'"S s^'-^sd in many positions, including very dedi- 
Li hf, :: '^"Stl'y/"'"!^"^^ as Sunday School Director and Deacon. In addition Amos 
faithfully served the Eastern Baptist Association as Treasurer for over 20 years 

church J^7lrTu "^"^ ""^u^ ^^ '^'^^'^ ^'' =°""*^y' community, association, 
il cont^nir^ r ' "-emembered by all, and his Christian ministry and witnes 
mn continue to be known, especially through the lives of his wife, Edna Earle Edger- 
ton Bnnson, his son, Amos Q. ("Doc") Brinson, Jr. , and his two grandsons, Russ and 



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Table of Contents 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw NC, 28398 

Telephones: 1-800-593-7077 - 910-293-7077 

Associational Directory 1-13 

Brotherhood Directors 11 

Chairman of Deacons 8 

Discipleship Training Directors 10 

Executive Board Representatives 6 

Music Directors 10 

Pastors 3 

Sunday School Directors 9 

WMU Directors 12 

1995 Budget and Anticipated Income 42 

Church Contributions to EBA 40 

Historical Tables (1827-1994) 50 

Map of Eastern Association Center of Book 

Messengers to Annual Session 18 

Our Beloved Dead 24 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 19 

REPORTS: 

Associational Executive Board 26 

Brotherhood 26 

Christian Social Ministries 33 

Church Extension Ministries Committee 37 

Committee on Committees 13 

Deaf Ministries Committee 36 

Deaf Mission, Poston Baptist Church 37 

Discipleship Training 30 

Evangelism 32 

Hispanic Mission (Maranatha), Clinton, FBC 39 

Hispanic Mission (Monte Olivo), Mount Olive, FBC 39 

Hispanic Mission (Gethsemani), Warsaw Baptist Church 38 

Interfaith Witness Ministries Committee 34 

Language Missions Committee 38 

Literacy Ministries Committee 36 

Media Center Committee 32 

Medical/Dental Van Committee 34 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee 34 

Missions Development Council 32 

Nominating Committee 13 

Ordination Committee 30 

Properties Committee 31 

Resolutions Committee (See Proceedings) 23 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Committee 38 

Seminary Extension Committee 31 

Senior Adult Ministries Committee 35 

Sunday School 28 

Vacation Bible School 29 

Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Committee 33 

Woman's Missionary Union 28 

Woman's Missionary Union 85th Annual Session Minutes 26 

Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Baptist Association 49 

Statistical Tables 57 

Time, Place and Preacher Committee (See Proceedings) 23 

Treasurer's Report (as of September 30, 1994) 45 



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General Officers 

Moderator Louis Pate, Jr., 102 Meredith St., Mount Olive 28365- 

,, ,, ^ ■ (W) 919-658-5561 (H) 919-658-6170 

Vice Moderator Allen Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328- 

^, , (C) 910-592-3854 (H) 910-592-3360 

C'^^^ Ottis King, 8586 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466; 910-532-4528 

Associate Clerk Lucille Yancey, 200 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328- 

(W) 910-592-1961 (H) 910-592-3080 

Treasurer Gary Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5287 

Associate Treasurer Jo Neal Robinson, Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-3044 

Trustees 

Charlie McCullen (1995) P.O. Box 221, Clinton 28328; 910-592-5191 

J. Cooper Howard (1996) 403 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3388 

Michael Shook (1997) 609 N. East Blvd., Clinton 28328- 

(C) 910-592-3937 (H) 910-592-3513 

Denominational Representatives 

Baptist Children's Homes John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 

28398; 910-293-4958 
Baptist Retirement Homes Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 

ru -v u- u r:^ 28328; 910-592-4712 

Christian Higher Education Davis Benton, P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 

. ^ _, 28385; 910-525-4319 

Annuity Board Eddie Wetherington, Rt. 5 Box 29-A, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-2898 
Baptist Foundation Tyanna Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 

u . .^ , 919-658-5223 

baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn, 506 Lakeshore Dr., Warsaw 28398; 

910-293-4579 
Biblical Recorder Millard Bounds, Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 

(H) 910-289-2606 

Church Program Officers 

Brotherhood 

Director 

Assistant Director 

Baptist Men 

RA Director John Brown, Rt. 6, Clinton 28328; 910-592-7833 

Missions Activity 

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Sunday School 

Director Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8124 

VBS Director Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; (H) 910-532-2271 

(W) 910-532-4879 

Adult 

Youth 

Children: 

Older Becky Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0723 

Middle Kathy Quinn, P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0420 

Younger 

Preschool: 
Older 

Middle Marty Fife, P.O. Box 480, Kenansville 28349; 910-295-1551 

Younger Sylvia Vestal, P.O. Box 85, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0603 

Outreach Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-590-3592 

Pastor Director Dr. Jim Drake, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; 

(C) 910-293-4236; (H) 910-293-7479 



Church Music 

Director Jean Hatch, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8124 

Assistants Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3262 

Garry K. Stuart, 107 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

Discipleship Training Support Team 

Ann Thigpen 108 Shields St., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-4153; 

(H) 910-592-5768 
Randy Cowan 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453; (H) 910-296-0840 

(C) 910-296-1473 
Jo Robinson Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3044 



Woman's Missionary Union 

Director . . . .Deanna Matthews, P.O. Box 356, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0697 

Assistant Director Carolyn Drew, Rt. 1 Box 185, Warsaw; 28398; 

910-293-7280 

Enlistment 

Secretary Joan Bullock, Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 910-592-6533 

Baptist Women Director Cyndi Falatovich, 410 Beaver Dam, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-8643 

Assistant Baptist Women Director 

Baptist Young Women Director Brenda Matthis, Rt. 2 Box 118, Clinton 

28328; 910-592-1660 
Assistant Baptist Young Women Director 



Acteens Director Deana Caldwell, Rt. 1 Box 121, Rose Hill 28458- 

A . . . A . ^^ ^^^ 910-532-4757 (H) 910-532-2822 
Assistant Acteens Director 

Girls-In-Action Director Kathy Quinn, P.6.'Box'864,'Kenansville 28349'; 

Assistant Girls-In-Action Director ... .Amy Le Bahn, 903 Carroll's Road, WarSw 

Miccv. c • . n- . 28398; 910-293-3056 

Mission Friends Director Cinda Bass, Rt. 2 Box 99, Clinton 28328; 

910 592 3326 
Assistant MF Director Angle Bass, Rt. 2 Box 110 BB, Clinton 28328; 

Mission Action Director Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 

A • . . A/r- • A r. 910-590-3592 

Assistant Mission Action Director Mary Evelyn Wells, P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 

28458; 910-289-2691 
Area Directors: 

^^^"*°" /^ ^"^2 Peterson, Rt. 7 Box 58, Clinton 28328; 910-592-4537 

uarland/btar Betty Sanderson, Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

Faison/Warsaw Peggy Greer, 1358 Lanefield Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

910-293-4837 
^^- ^^'""^ Erma Goodson, 291 Cricket Ridge Road, Mt. Olive 28365; 

Wallace/Rose Hill Betty Butts, 103 E. Cavenaugh, wX?2846l; 

910-285-3917 



Associational Directory 

Ministers 

^'^^'*^°" Rev- Jimmy Johnson, 515 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; 

^^^"'.^P^r'SS ^- ^'"^"^^^ ^^^^e^' ^o^ 549, Pink Hill 28572; 919-568-3541 

bear Marsh Joseph Cantrell, 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

RomI.k o, , . 919-658-6133 

^^""^^^ • • : Shelton Justice, 732 NC Hwy. 50 & 117, Warsaw 28398; 

^'°'^" ^'^""^ Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7156 

r^lw.vu n u r:, .^o (C) 910-564-6060 

^^^''^^y Graham Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7458 

r 1 ^ (W) 910-293-4040 

^^^^P'° Gregory Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 919-658-5223 

^^"^^^ Albert Pope, Rt. 1 Box 239, Warsaw 28398; 910-289-2755 

(C) 910-532-2118 
^^*"*°" David S. Kolb, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8124 

(H) 910-592 36^0 
Jean Hatch, Minister of Music, 309 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8124 

(H) 910-592-6215 
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Mark Thomas, Minister of Education & Youth, 502 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328 

910-592-8124; (H) 910-590-2147 

Maranatha Hispanic Mission 910-592-8124 

Concord Dan Sellers, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2431 

(C) 910-289-3718 
Corinth . .Larry W. King, 111 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3928 

(C) 910-289-4787 

Dobson Chapel Randy Cowan, 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453; 

910-296-0840 (C) 910-296-1473 

Evergreen Duane Caldwell, Rt. 1 Box 121, Rose Hill 28458-9602; 

910-532-2822 (C) 910-532-4757 
Faison . . . .Paul Rose, 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4600 

(C) 910-267-5301 (W) 919-658-2303 

Garland Chad Sparks, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; 910-529-2531 

(C) 910-529-5201 

Garner's Chapel Tyanna Y. Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso, 28325; 

919-658-5223 

Grove Park Michael Shook, 605 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-3937; (H) 910-592-3513 
Stan Benton, Minister of Music, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-3937; 910-592-7680 

Hickory Grove Johnny Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328; 

910-564-2495; (C) 910-564-2591 

Immanuel Allen Overton, P.O. Box 52, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3854; 

(H) 910-592-3360 

Ingold Dean Wood, P.O. Box 5252, Ingold 28446; 910-529-4181 

Island Creek. . . .Millard Bounds, Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2602 

Johnson 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4757; 

(H) 910-293-4980 

Kenansville D. Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349-0865; 

910-296-1137; (H) 910-296-0723 

Maqnolia Herbert Lanier, P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2217; 

(H) 910-289-2916 
Mision Monte Olivo .... .Vincente' Rangel, 1066 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 

28365; 919-658-2062; (H) 919-658-0226 

Mount Gilead Lynn Bullock, Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 910-592-6533 

Mt Olive FBC Lamar J. Brooks, Interim, Box 203, Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-2062 

Mt Vernon E.C. Mattocks, Rt. 5 Box 50, Clinton 28328; 910-533-3164; 

(H) 910-533-2251 
New Hope Ray Smith, Rt. 1 Box 269A, Autryville 28318; 910-567-6230 

(C) 910-533-3372 
Peace Pat Wood, Rt. 1 Box 423F, Faison 28341; 910-533-3143; 

(C) 919-658-8004 

Pinev Grove Joel Edwin Storey, Rt. 2 Box 122A, Faison 28341; 

910-564-6061, (H) 910-564-4848 
Poplar Grove ..... .Paul Kennedy, Rt. 1 Box 77H, Faison 28341 910-267-7191 

^ (H) 910-267-1161 



Poston Todd Horton, Rt. 3 Box 67, Wallace 28466; 910-285-2439 

(H) 910-285-2476 

^ ^ ^ Pos*o" De^^ Mission - (C) 910-285-2439 

Rose Hill . . . .P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2250; (H) 910-289-3882 

^o^^" Karl Pittard, 421 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7508 

e .. (H) 910-592-7268 

Serenity .. Rt. 4 Box 303-D, Clinton 28328; 910- 

bharon . . . .Coleman Thomas, P.O. Box 126; Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-3062 

cK-1 u T o , ..r.. ^ ^C) 910-285-4391 

Shiloh. . . .James Paul, 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-7403 

c,., ^ ^ (C) 910-285-2636 

^"°^"^ Tim Register, Rt. 1 Box 19, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4444; 

^ , (C) 910-532-4077 

;^^,^^^^ ,• • • PO. Box 158, Teachey 28464; 910-285-2788 

^^^^^y J^ack Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; 910-592-2056 

r, . r> e^ T r. (C) 910-592-5562 

Union Grove . . . .Sidney L. Doty, Rt. 4 Box 307, Clinton 28328; 910-592-7000 

Warsaw James Drake, 209 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4236 

(H) 910-293-7479 
Garry K. Stuart, Minister of Music & Youth, 116 N. Frisco St Warsaw 

.... u . ^ ^ 2^^^^' 910-293-4236, 910-293-3059 

Mision Bautista Hispana Getsemani 910-293-4236 

Wells Chapel Ottis L. King, 8565 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466;' 910-532-4528 

WW, n 1 r^ • o ^ (C) 910-532-4210 

^^^*^ ^^^ Davis Benton, P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; 910-525-4319 

(C) 910-564-2343 
Other Ordained Ministers 

^f^'^^ry Rev. Homer Baumgardner, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 910-293-7072 

Clinton, First Clyde Davis, P.O. Box 263, Clinton 28328; 910-592-5313 

James Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-590-3592 

Mark Thomas, 502 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-590-2147 

Jean Hatch, 309 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6215 

hvergreen . . -^-^y... • • • -Jasper Hinson, Rt. 7, Clinton 28328; 910-592-2088 

Grove Park . . .Eddie Wetherington, Rt. 5 Box 29A, Clinton 28328- 910-592-2898 

Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 

James Parson, 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1670 

island Creek Harvey Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2639 

'^.rT A ;^- Farrell Miller, Rt. 1 Box 25, Clinton 28328; 910-564-6814 

^^- ^^'^^^ Charles Moore, Rt. 4 Box 88, Clinton 28328; 910-592-5610 

Mt nih . P- . r> , , ^ ^°^^'* ^""^y^ ^*- ^ ^o^ 4, Clinton 28328 

Mt. Olive, First Gerald Garris, 1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333; 

919 736 1S?'-> 
Rose Hill ... . A.R Teachey, 702 Hall St., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3850 

Warsaw . . . .John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398- 910-293-4958 
\Kiu-. r^ , f^\tchell Rivenbark, 509 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7496 

White Oak . . .Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4712 
M.L. Haywood, 743 Tupelo Cir., Fayetteville 28301; 910-425-4919 

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Representatives on Associational Executive Board 

Albertson Weldon Rouse, P.O. Box 2, Albertson 28508; 919-568-3289 

Nathan Kelly, P.O. Box 184, Albertson 28508; 919-658-3463 

Alum Springs Larry Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 
Eugene Outlaw, 600 Scotts Store Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3458 

Bear Marsh Elbert Davis, 1592 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-2842 

Edison Pate, Maysville School Rd, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3624 

Beulah . . .G.M. & Helen Massey, Rt. 1 Box 22A, Turkey 28393; 910-592-6530 

Brown Curtis Pope, Rt. 6 Box 504, Clinton 28328; 910-592-5209 

Jimmy Carr, Rt. 3 Box 97, Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Calvary Edgar Rouse, 302 Hill St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-2127 

Johnny Chestnutt, 158 Middleton Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7326 

Calypso James Baker, Dale Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

Jan Koszulinski, 438 Albritton Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5132 

Clinton, First ... .Mel Taylor, 312 E. Johnson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3211 

Roland Heath, 108 Country Club Cr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5157 

Concord Francis Usher, 1961 Concord Church Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2681 
Sandra Boone, 2265 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3434 

Corinth Sam Boone, 922 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2436 

Mildred Boone, 922 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2436 

Dobson Chapel Russell Brown, 373 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2228 
Jimmy Brown, 1023 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3436 

Evergreen Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2271 

Dennis Davis, Rt. 1 Box llOA, Rose Hill 28458-9602; 910-532-2102 

Garland Gene Hart, P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441; 910-529-9161 
Garner's Chapel . . .Mr. Albert Britt, 1244 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3316 
Gary Rose, 1349 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3391 

Grove Park Rev. Eddie Wetherington, Rt. 5 Box 29A, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-2898 

Mrs. Muriel Wetherington, Rt. 5 Box 29A, Clinton 28328; 910-592-2898 

Hickory Grove . . .Larry Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 144, Clinton 28328; 910-564-4593 

Gerald Strickland, Rt. 3 Box 331B, Clinton 28328; 910-564-6717 

Immanuel Billy Ellis, Rt. 1 Box 20-G, Clinton 28328; 910-592-7444 

John Owens, 205 Shields St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2636 

Ingold Bobby H. Lamb, Rt. 1 Box 319, Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Perry E. Pope, Rt. 4 Box 92, Clinton 28328; 910-592-4838 

Island Creek Johnny Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458 

Eugene Rouse, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458 

Johnson Dennis Kirby, P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0031 

Mrs. Violette Phillips, P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-1038 



Kenansville Brinson Vestal, P.O. Box 810, Kenansville 28349-0810; 

910-296-0603 
John Matthis, 838 NC 11-903 North, Kenansville 28349-8720; 

f.A. n-^ ^ r. r. 910-296-0760 

^t- Gilead Byron Bass, Rt. 2 Box 103, Clinton 28328; 910-592-1666 

Betty Fortner, Rt. 2 Box 186, Clinton 28328; 910-592-6620 
Mt. Olive, First J. A. Jones, 207 W. Station St., Mt. Olive 28365; 

A,u T , 919-658-3152 

Albert Landin, 310 W. College St., Mt. Olive 28365; 910-658-9803 

Mt. Vernon Tate Pope, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 910-533-3454 

Timmy Quinn, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 910-533-3480 

New Hope Raymond Blanchard, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3586 

Robert Frederick, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3639 

^^^^^ James Best, P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 

Mrs. Jewell Best, P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 

Piney Grove Craig Thkornton, Rt. 5 Box 247-A, Clinton 28328 

Newitt Norris, Rt. 2 Box 165-B, Faison 28341; 910-533-3139 

Poplar Grove Garland Britt, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 910-533-3342 

Wilbert Massey, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 910-533-3721 

Boston Aileen Moore, 170 Henderson Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3436 

Margaret Stafford, 5459 NC 41 S, Wallace 28466;' 910-285-4739 
Mary Boney, 3862 NC 11 S., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2932 

^ose Hill Clarence Brown, P.O. Box 320, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2339 

W.S. Wells, Jr., P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2691 

^^^^^ Mr. Frankie Baldwin, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 910-592-6753 

Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3437 

^^^^on Troy Rhodes, Rt. 2 Box 172, Wallace 28466; 910-284-5254 

CU1 u '^■^' ^^^^"^^"' 1^2 NC Hwy. Ill S., Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-3585 
^^'^^^ Wilton Aycock, 109 Cypress Creek Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 

OAK. , 910-285-3833 

P. A. Maready, 271 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4316 

^"o^"i Robert O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

Betty G. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444;' 910-532-4211 

^^^c^^y A.C. Kenan, Rt. 3 Box 293, Wallace 28466; 910-285-3291 

Elwood Fussell, P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464; 910-285-3180 

^^^^^y H.J. Register, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

,, . _ Helen Register, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove Raeford Carter, Jr., Rt. 4 Box 349-A, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7222 
^'enwood Fryar, Rt. 4 Box 357-A, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8274 

W^^saw James F. Strickland, P.O. Box 783, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4289 

'^^^^ ^' ^^^'^^o"' lOS E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398;' 910-293-4958 

Wells Chapel Harry Hoover, Rt. 2 Box 17, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 

Percy Carter, Rt. 1 Box 213-A, Rufus Wells Rd., Willard 28478; 

WW, r. 1 .. r. 910-532-4997 

^^^*^ ^^^ Mary Boney, Rt. 6 Box 224, Clinton 28328; 910-592-4504 

Elliot Spell, Rt. 6 Box 314, Clinton 28328; 910-592-4752 



Chairmen of Deacons Directory 

Albertson Weldon Rouse, P.O. Box 2, Albertson 28508; 919-568-3289 

Alum Springs Larry Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 

Bear Marsh Stanley Byrd, Rt. 2 Box 60, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3987 

Beulah James R. Ricks, Rt. 1 Box 101, Turkey 28393; 910-533-2345 

Brown Jimmy A. Carr, Rt. 3 Box 97, Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Calvary Edgar Rouse, 302 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-2127 

Calypso . . .Leonard Teachey, 513 W. Main St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4226 

Center Ray Allen Cannon, Rt. 1 Box 487, Garland 28441; 910-532-4552 

Clinton, First Rufus Herring, 117 Hubard PL, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3002 

Concord . . . .Steve Boone, 2265 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3434 
Corinth Charles Knowles, Rt. 1 Box 123, Powell Page Rd., Wallace 28466; 

910-532-2320 
Dobson Chapel Greg Brown, 1042 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-3926 

Evergreen Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2271 

Faison Melvin Rogers, P.O. Box 395, Faison 28341; 910-267-1030 

Garland Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441; 910-529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Randall Albertson, 1219 Bennetts Bridge Rd., Mt. Olive 

28365; 919-658-5291 
Grove Park. . .Dr. John Smith, 107 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1375 
Hickory Grove . . . .Keith Naylor, Rt. 1 Box 137-E, Clinton 28328; 910-564-6113 
Immanuel Charles Adams, 2905 Five Bridges Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-6517 

Ingold Bobby H. Lamb, Rt. 1 Box 319, Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Kenneth Batchelor, Rt. 1, Teachey 28464; 910-285-4404 

Johnson Norwood Phillips, 1469 Hwy 24 & 50, Warsaw 28398; 

910-293-7161 
Kenansville Bert Alabaster, P.O. Box 410, Kenansville 28349-0410; 

910-296-0246 
Magnolia . . . .Kenneth Baker, 269 Sheffield Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2313 

Mt. Gilead Lonnie Bass, Rt. 2 Box 107-A, Clinton 28328; 910-592-4074 

Mt Olive First . . .Louis Pate, 102 Meredith St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-6170 

Mt Vernon Tate Pope, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 910-533-3454 

New Hope Edward Colwell, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3372 

Peace James Best, P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 

Piney Grove Newitt Norris, Rt. 2 Box 165-B, Faison 28341; 910-533-3139 

Poplar Grove Mr. Wilbert Massey, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 910-267-3721 

Poston Jeff Murray, 481 River Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-5096 

Rose Hill Carroll Buckner, P.O. Box 239, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3139 

Rowan L.E. Tart, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3456 

Sharon T.G. Huffman, 182 NC Hwy. Ill S., Chinquapin 28521; 

910-285-3585 i 

Shiloh David Maready, 4428 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; 

910-285-5480 
Siloam Robert O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110. Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 



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Teachey Jerry Dempsey, 1022 Wells Town Rd.. Teachey 28464; 

^ , 910-285-6354 

Turi<ey H.J. Register. Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove Glenwood Fryar. Rt. 4 Box 357-A, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-8274 

Warsaw M. Alan Brown. 113 Walnut St.. Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4904 

Wells Chapel Jim Moody. Rt. 1 Box 130. Wallace Hwy.. Wallace 28466; 

wn ^ , 910-532-4479 

White Oak Elliott Spell. Rt. 6 Box 314. Clinton 28328; 910-564-4752 

Sunday School Directors 

Albertson Alyce Kelly. Box 184. Albertson 28508; 919-658-3463 

Alum Springs Larry Brinson. 4786 NC UN. Seven Springs 28578; 

o ^. t. 919-658-6257 

Bear Marsh . . . .Judy Brogden. Beautancus Rd.. Mt. Olive 29365; 919-658-6580 

Bsi^lah Jimmy Leggett, 217 Southwood Dr.. Clinton 28328; 910-592-0246 

Brown Jimmy A. Carr. Rt. 3 Box 97. Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Calvary Johnny Chestnutt. 158 Henry Middleton Rd.. Warsaw 28398; 

910-293-7326 

^3'ypso Greg Wiggins. 105 Pineland Ave.. Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3467 

Center Ray A. Cannon, Rt. 1 Box 427. Garland 28441; 910-532-4552 

Clinton. First . . .Martha Pierce. 103 Denton Ave.. Clinton 28328; 910-592-6967 

Concord Gary Bell. 749 Ward Rd.. Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

Corinth Edward Jackson. 174 Williams-Taylor Cr. Rd.. Teachey 28464; 

_ , ^^ 910-289-2641 

Dobson Chapel Timmy Nethercutt. Hwy. 50 S., Magnolia 28453; 

910-296-1685 

Evergreen Baptist Billy Chestnutt. Rt. 1. Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4632 

f'^^son Glenn Jernigan. P.O. Box 278. Faison 28341; 910-267-3861 

Carland Frank Morris. Box 191. Garland 28441; 910-529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Albert Britt. 1244 Garner's Chapel Rd.. Mt. Olive 28365; 

^ , 919-658-3316 

Grove Park Everette Bland. 808 Walking Stick Tr.. Clinton 28328; 

^ , ^ 910-592-6982 

Hickory Grove . . .Larry Strickland. Rt. 1 Box 144. Clinton 28328; 910-564-4593 

Immanuel Paul Tippett. 203 Bradshaw St.. Clinton 28328; 910-592-4052 

^^Sold Bobby H. Lamb. Rt. 1 Box 319. Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek George Brown. Rt. 3. Wallace 28466; 910-285-2540 

Johnson Ellen Bell. 235 Cy Cavenaugh Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-3194 

Kenansville Floyd Adams. P.O. Box 1. Kenansville 28349-0001; 

910-296-0509 

^^Snoha Diana Kissner. Rt. 1 Box 193-A. Magnolia 28453; 910-289-3036 

^t- Cilead Byron Bass, Rt. 2 Box 103. Clinton 28328; 910-592-1666 

Mt. Olive, First Eddie Lindsay. 113 Oak Ridge Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

X. w 919-658-3030 

Mt. Vernon Frank Gainev. 501-A Fulton St.. Clinton 28328; 910-592-9584 

New Hope Esther Hines. Rt. 1 Box 275. Turkey 28393; 910-533-3228 

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Peace Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Piney Grove Dewitt King, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 910-564-6697 

Poplar Grove Douglas Blackmon, Rt. 1, Faison 28341; 910-267-1001 

Poston . . . .Jerry Teachey, 7086 US Hwy. 117 N., Watha 28471; 910-285-5113 

Rose Hill Larry Price, P.O. Box 638, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3837 

Rowan Mrs. Jo Neal Robinson, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3044 

Serenity Gerald Standi, Rt. 4, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8650 

Sharon Mrs. Eveline Albertson, 716 NC Hwy. Ill S., Chinquapin 28521; 

910-285-5971 
Shiloh . .Kenneth Jarosewicz, 809 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 

910-285-3877 

Siloam Timothy L. Register, Rt. 2 Box 24, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2021 

Teachey Robert Lucas, 198 Carrie's Ln., Teachey 28464; 910-285-7938 

Turkey David Hudson, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3259 

Union Grove Raeford Carter, Jr., Rt. 4 Box 349-A, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7222 

Warsaw Phyllis Ellenberg, P.O. Box 444, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4398 

Wells Chapel Edward Thornton, Jr., 1766 Willard Rd., Willard 28478; 

910-532-4473 
White Oak Mr. Jackie Dixon, Rt. 7 Box 196, Clinton 28328; 910-592-7691 

Discipleship Training Directors 

Calypso Rev. Greg Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 919-658-5223 

Dobson Chapel Rev. Randy Cowan, 1514 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453; 

910-296-1804 
Evergreen ... .Rev. Duane Caldwell, Rt. 1 Box 121, Rose Hill 28458-9602; 

910-532-2822 

Grove Park Rev. Billy Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 

Kenansville D. Gene Lakey, Jr., P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; 

910-296-0723 

Mt. Gilead Dr. Lynn Bullock, Rt. 1 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 910-592-6533 

Mt. Olive, First Jerry Whaley, 4302 US 117 S., Alt., Dudley 28333; 

919-736-2178 

Peace .James Best, P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 

Poston Jeff Murray, 481 River Rd., Wallace 28466 

Rowan Emma Ann Chambers, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 910-592-2373 

Sharon Pat Norris, Chinquapin 28521 

Turkey . . .Rev. Mack Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; 910-592-2056 

Union Grove Cathy Jones, P.O. Box 35, Turkey 28393; 910-592-4023 

Wells Chapel Eddie King, 1262 Rufus Wells Rd., Willard 28478; 

^-^ 910-532-2618 

Music Directors 

Alum Springs . . .Connie Jones, 1411 Tram Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4489 

Bear Marsh Renee Bell, 368 Jones Turner Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-2192 
Beulah Janice Thornton, Rt. 2 Box 384A, Clinton 28328; 910-592-0288 

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^^o^" Lua C. Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7156 

^^^^^^y Russell Killette, 254 George Garner Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

^ , , „ 910-293-7674 

^^^yP^o Lucille Koszulinski, 438 Albritton Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

r . T Tx , 919-658-5132 

X^"*^^ Joyce Hudson, Rt. 2 Box 135, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4566 

Clinton, First Jean Hatch, 309 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328- 910-592-8124 

^^""^^l^ • ■ ■ Faye Sellers, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2431 

Corinth. . .Allene Knowles, 1091 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458- 910-289-3928 
Dobson Chapel Janet Register, 324 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

P r^ ^ . , n 910-289-3367 

hvergreen Duane Caldwell, Rt. 1 Box 121, Rose Hill 28458; 910-532-2822 

^^^'^"^- • Gene Hart, P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Grove Park Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7680 

Hickory Grove Louise McLamb, Rt. 5 Box 628-L, Dunn 28334; 

T , , ^ 910-567-2162 

mmanuel Joanne Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328- 910-592-3360 

"Sold^. Bobby H. Lamb, Rt. 1 Box 319, Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Johnny Norris, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3210 

Johnson . .Terry Vernon, 1303 US Hwy 117 S., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7132 
^^"^"^^'"^ Gina Hardy, 393 NC 11-903 N., Kenansville 28349-8711; 

M, r-i A T^ r. , n 910-296-0935 

^*- f^^*^^^ Karen Driskill, P.O. Box 1926, Clinton 28328; 910-592-4661 

Mt. Vernon . . . .Leah W. Heath, Rt. 6 Box 62-H, Clinton 28328; 910-533-3596 

^^^^^^ Janice Wood, Rt. 1 Box 423-F, Faison 28341; 910-533-3143 

Piney Grove ••••... Ruth King, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 910-564-6697 

^^^^ ^^" Linda Murphy, Rt. 1 Box 76-E, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2970 

^^^f' Lucille Yancey, 200 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3080 

^^^'^^ ^^^y Alice Dail, 3568 Fountaintown Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 

Q-i A , IV. r. 910-285-4780 

5"°f"^ Angelyn M. Burgess, Rt. 1 Box 275, Harrells 28444- 910-532-4220 

lurkey^. . . . .Cindy Cottle, 802 Walking Stick Tr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6884 

Union Grove Roger Wells, Rt. 4 Box 357-D, Clinton 28328; 910-592-4213 

ui^T'^u ' ' •■^^''^ K- ^^^a^^' 116 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-3059 
Wells Chapel Geraldine Johnson, P.O. Box 146, Harrells 28444; 

uju: r^ . o n ^ , 910-532-4908 

White Uak Sally Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4712 

Brotherhood Directors 

Alum Springs John Wheeler, 175 John Wheeler Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

n AA u 919-658-9231 

bear Marsh .Allen Alligood, Rt. 2, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5168 

^l,.'''^''- - Steve Hulen, Rt. 3 Box 108D, Clinton 28328; 910-564-2017 

<^linton, hirst Jim Matthews, 212 Arrowhead Dr., Clinton 28328; 

r ^ ^ 910-592-4698 

Concord . . Gary Bell, 749 Ward Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

Dobson Chapel Eugene Nethercutt, 1144 S. Dobson Chapel Rd., Magnolia 

28453; 910-296-0635 
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Evergreen Floyd Sutton, Rt. 1 Box 318, Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4905 

Faison C.J. Hobbs, P.O. Box 292, Faison 28341; 910-267-3131 

Garland Coleman Carter, P.O. Box 334, Garland 28441; 910-529-4121 

Grove Park James H. Parson, 1010 Lakewood Dr., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-1670 

Immanuel J.B. Pope, P.O. Box 184, Clinton 28328; 910-592-4815 

Ingold Michael McLamb, Rt. 4 Box 127-B, Clinton 28328; 910-592-2634 

Island Creek Kenneth Batchelor, Rt. 1, Teachey 28464; 910-285-4404 

Mt. Gilead Randy Driskill, P.O. Box 1926, Clinton 28328; 910-592-4661 

Mt Olive, First Angelo San Fratello, 1280 Corbitt Hill Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-689-9861 

Mt. Vernon Jerry Hairr, Rt. 2, Clinton 28328; 910-533-3658 

Piney Grove DeWitt King, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 910-564-6697 

Poston David Whaley, 410 S. Graham St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-6211 

Rowan Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3437 

Siloam Charles H. Murphy, Rt. 1 Box 98, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4533 

Teachey Kenneth Batchelor, Rt. 1, Teachey 28464; 910-285-4404 

Turkey George Pinvatello, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3293 

Union Grove Robert Andrasko, Rt. 4 Box 217-A, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-1430 

Wells Chapel Ernest Mintz, Rt. 1 Box 268-A, (Wilmington Hwy.), Willard 

28478; 910-532-2259 



WMU Directors 

Alum Springs Marie K. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 
Bear Marsh Beverly Hatch, 1173 NC 403 W., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3595 

Brown Ann Peterson, Rt. 3 Box 55-C, Clinton 28328; 910-564-2604 

Calypso . . . .Lucille Koslinski, 438 Albritton Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5132 

Center Leona Blackburn, Rt. 1 Box 404, Garland 28441; 910-532-4460 

Clinton, First . . . .Donna Landes, P.O. Box 1053, Clinton 28328; 910-592-7703 
Concord Mary Lee Usher, 1961 Concord Church Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2681 
Corinth Carolyn Savage, 398 Providence Church Rd., Teachey 28464; 

910-285-3598 
Dobson Chapel Betty Brown, 373 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2228 

Evergreen Daisy Chestnutt, Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4632 

Faison Helen Flowers, P.O. Box 46, Faison 28341; 910-267-4281 

Garland Mary Carter, P.O. Box 334, Garland 28441; 910-529-4121 

Garner's Chapel . . . .Betty Deluca, P.O. Box 182, Dudley 28333; 919-735-6617 

Grove Park Glenda Todd, Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 910-592-6982 

Hickory Grove . . .Brenda Sinclair, Rt. 1 Box 136, Clinton 28328; 910-564-4035 
Immanuel. . .Lynn Adams, 2905 Five Bridges Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6517 
Ingold Betsy Carter, Rt. 1 Box 335, Garland 28441; 910-529-1921 



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Island Creek Kathaleen Caldwell, P.O. Box 293, Wallace 28466; 

. , , 910-285-4537 

^o^^^on Jenell Edmundson, 897 Lanefield Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

u u o r> 910-293-3152 

Kenansville Rose Swain, 126 Henry Middleton Rd., Warsaw 28398-9524; 

910-293-7777 
Magnolia . . .Gail C. Whaley, 231 John Rich Rd., Warsaw 28398- 910-289-2744 
Mt. Gilead . . . .Vonda Williams, Rt. 2 Box 107-A, Clinton 28328;' 910-592-5564 
Mt. Vernon Cyndi Falatovich, 410 Beaverdam Dr., Clinton 28328; 

ivj TT 910-592-8643 

^ew Hope Lillian Johnson, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3303 

Hney Grove Dot Boyette, 207 Underwood, Clinton 28328- 910-592-2672 

Poplar Grove Meredith Spencer, Rt. 1, Faison 28341- 910-267-3211 

^°^*°" „ Margaret Stafford, 5459 NC 41 S., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4739 

^°s^ ^^" Carlotta Edwards, P.O. Box 866, Rose Hill 28458- 910-289-4702 

^°^^^ Peggy Cottle, Rt. 4 Box 122B, Clinton 28328,' 910-592-6085 

^I'^'^'^y Pat Carter, Rt. 4 Box 303A, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3902 

^^^'^" M^s. Shirley Denton, P.O. Box 202, Chinquapin 28521 

^^'^""^ M^ry Lee Raynor, 298 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 

Q-i T , w T 910-285-3808 

^''"^"^ Lela M. Harrell, Rt. 1 Box 64, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4383 

1^^^^^^ M^s. Willard Fussell, P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464; 910-285-3180 

j,'^^^^ -^ Helen Register, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove . . .Brenda Saunders, Rt. 4 Box 289, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3557 
Warsaw^ . .Miss Mary H. Powell, 609 N. Pine St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4951 
^^"' ^^^P^' ^^ry J- Bland, Rt. 2 Box 39, Bull Tail Rd., Harrells 28444; 

U7K,-fo n 1 cu r. 910-532-4573 

^^'^^ ^^^ Sharon Boone, Rt. 6 Box 212, Clinton 28328; 910-564-2208 

Committee on Committees 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 

BZr^f h^?qL\ ^^- ^ ^°" 3^^^' C'i"*°^ 28328; 910-592-4213 

ct^^ Tna^^^^^ o ^*- ^' ^^Snolia 28453; 910-532-4632 

Chad Sparks (1996) P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (C) 910-529-5201 

Tprru Hnff noQA^ r. ^^^ 910-529-2531 

£t WnnH 1QQ7 rK- ■ ^^^ ^ ^°" 2^^' ^^"^^^ ^8466; 910-285-4869 

Pat Wood (1997), Chairman Rt. 1 Box 423F, Faison 28341- 

T;,m.. P. 1 /1QQ7. ^"^ 910-533-3143; (C) 919-658-8004 

James Paul (1997) 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy. Chinquapin 28521; 

(C) 910-285-2636; (H) 910-285-7403 

MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE: 

Joyce Camp, Chairman (1995) \ . . . .409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 

JeTpf R^'m^qo!;.^^^^^^ Rt. 5 Box 50, Clinton 28328; 9S-I3II25? 

il^hJZ ^Inooa. .n- •^•^- ^°" 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 

FH.h nlJ!^^^^ ^^^ Northeast Blvd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3513 

Edith Lee (1997) 503 Woodrow St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4484 

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MINISTERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: 

Johnny Armstrong, Chairman (1995) Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328; 

(C) 910-564-2591; (H) 910-564-2495 

Dan Sellers (1997) 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; (C) 910-289-3718 

(H) 910-285-2431 
Lynn Bullock (1996) Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 910-592-6533 

STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: 

James Ezzell (1995) Rt. 1, Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4101 

Albert Pope (1995) Rt. 1 Box 239, Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-289-2755 

(C) 910-532-2118 

Greg Day (1995) P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 919-658-5223 

Robert Sanderson (1996) P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

Paul Tippett (1996) 203 Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4052 

Marshall Falatovich (1996) 410 Beaver Dam, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8643 

James Best, Chairman (1996) . . . .P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 
David Kolb (1997) P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124; 

(H) 910-592-3650 
Larry King (1997) Ill Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-4787; 

(H) 910-289-3928 

Evelyn Shaver (1997) P.O. Box 486, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3807 

Brinson Vestal (1997) P.O. Box 85, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0603 

Gary Rouse (EBA Treasurer) ... 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328 (H) 910-592-5287; 

, , (W) 910-592-8171 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

Millard Bounds, Chairman (1995) Rt. 2 Box 349, Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2602 

George Pinyatello (1996) Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3293 

Joey Cantrell (1997) 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-6133 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: 

Frank Turner, Chairman (1995) 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-7156; (C) 910-564-6060 

Jeff Murray (1996) Rt. 3 Box 20, Wallace 28466; 910-285-5096 

Katie Johnson (1997) 413 Powell St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2296 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 

Billy Todd, Chairman (1995) Rt. 5 Box 298, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 

Herbert Lanier (1996) P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453; (C) 910-289-2217 

(H) 910-289-2916 
Davis Benton P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; (H) 910-525-4319; 

(C) 910-564-2343 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 

Paul Rose, Chairman (1995) 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

(H) 919-658-4600; (C) 910-267-5301; (W) 919-658-2303 

Jo Neal Robinson (1995) Rt. 2 Box 269, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3044 

Jackie Dixon (1996) Rt. 7 Box 196, Clinton 28328; 910-592-7691 

Dennis Kirby (1996) P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0031 

Coleman Thomas (1997) P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; 

(C) 910-285-4391; (H) 910-285-3062 

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Lynn Bullock (1997) Rt. 2 Box 106, Clinton 28328; 910-592-6533 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: 

Gerald Ouinn, Chairman (1995) 506 Lakeshore Dr., Warsaw 29398; 

910-293-4579 

Margaret Stafford (1996) Rt. 3 Box 224, Wallace 28466- 910-285-4739 

Carroll Hobbs (1997) 502 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2750 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE: 

Davis Benton, Chairman (1995) P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; 

910-525 4319 

Johnny Armstrong (1996) Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328; 910-564-2495 

Jim Drake (1997) P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; 

(C) 910-293-4236; (H) 910-293-7479 
ORDINATION COMMITTEE: 
Larry King, Chairman (1995) HI Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458- 

ru.ru M /10QC:. ^"^ 910-289-3928; (C) 910-289-4787 

Charles Moore (1995) Rt. 4 Box 88, Clinton 28328; 910-592-5610 

Felton Baker (1996) 202 Hunter St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-7612 

Paul Kennedy (1996) Rt. 1 Box 77-H, Faison 28341; (H) 910-267-1161; 

Fiu,^^^ ni- /iQo^. (C) 910-267-7191 

kITph ^'Iqq7^^^ VoV o- • • -^^^ ^^^' P^"^ "^" 28572; 919-568-3541 

Karl Pittard (1997) 421 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-7508; 

(H) 910-592-7268 
CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE: 

Harvey Blanton, Chairman (1996) Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2639 

Mike Shook (1997) ... .609 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937; 
T (H) 910-592-3513 

Tim Register (1995) Rt. 1 Box 19, Harrells 28444; (H) 910-532-4444; 

(C) 910-532-4077 

Associational Missions Development Program 

Amy Mathis, Mission Ministries Director 
Telephone (O) 1-800-593-7077, (H) (910) 592-3623 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: 

^'^^^^^^ Tim Rose, Rt. 2 Box 24, Harrells 28444 (H) 910-532-2021; 

nrr.iu u ^u W 910-296-1851 

Brotherhood Representative 

Promotion^ . . . .Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-590-3592 
bunday School Representative . . . .Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-8124 



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Deaf Ministries Mary Boney, Rt. 3 Box 72, Wallace 28466; 910-285-2932 

Seasonal Farmworkers 

Literacy Ministries Florence Hoover, Rt. 2 Box 17, Harrells 28444; 

910-532-4336 

Mentally Handicapped Pat Brown, Rt. 7 Box 64, Clinton 28328; 

910-592-3457 

Senior Adult Eunice Newkirk, Rt. 1 Box 205, Willard 28478; 910-532-4229 

IFW Randy Cowan, 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453; 910-296-0840; 

(C) 910-296-1473 

WMU Representative Mary Evelyn Wells, P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2691 
Social Ministries . . .Mary Rose, Rt. 2 Box 24, Harrells 28444 (W) 910-592-1961; 

(H) 910-532-2021 

Church Extension Coleman Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; 

(C) 910-285-4391; (H) 910-285-3062 

Resort/Leisure Eddie King, Rt. 1 Box 214-A, Willard 28478; 

(H) 910-296-2143, (W) 910-592-8996 

VOLUNTEER CHAPLAIN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE: 

Chairman 

Harvey Blanton, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2639 

DEAF MINISTRIES COMMITTEE: 

Chairman Mary Boney, Rt. 3 Box 72, Wallace 28466; 910-285-2932 

Ben Hilliard, E. Center St., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3203 
Alma Stoddart, 4 Washington Circle, Wallace 28466; 910-285-8409 

SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES COMMITTEE: 

Chairman 

Betty Butts, 103 E. Cavenaugh, Wallace 28466; 910-285-3917 
Jim Drake, 202 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4236; 

(H) 910-293-7479 

Shirley Best, Rt. 1 Box 345, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3327 

Amy Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 315, Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4746 

LITERACY MINISTERIES COMMITTEE: 

Chairman Florence Hoover, Rt. 2 Box 17, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 

Peggy Grice, 309 E. Pollock St., Warsaw 28398; (W) 910-293-4236; 

(H) 910-293-7663 

MENTALLY HANDICAPPED COMMITTEE: 

Chairman Pat Brown, Rt. 7 Box 64, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3457 

Carol Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2271 
Michelle Reynolds, 103 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6767 

SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES: 

Chairman Eunice Newkirk, Rt. 1 Box 205, Willard 28478; 910-532-4229 

Arline Rhodes, 3459 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466; 910-285-5254 

Lois Colwell, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393; 910-533-3372 

Blanche Casey, Rt. 5, Clinton 28328; 910-533-3324 

Marjorie Garris, 1442 Old Mount Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333; 919-736-1825 



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INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRY COMMITTEE: 

Chairman Randy Cowan, 1540 S. NC 41, Magnolia 28453; 910-296-0840 

^ , , (C) 910-296-1473 

Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville 28349; (H) 910-296-0723 

(C) 910-296-1137 
Pat Wood, Rt. 1 Box 423-F, Faison 28341; 910-533-3143 
Melvin Weaver, 316 Underwood St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6035 
CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES: 

Chairman Mary Rose, Rt. 2 Box 24, Harrells 28444; (H) 910-532-2021 

(W) 910-592-1961 
Margaret Stafford, Rt. 3 Box 224, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4739 
Betty Elmore, 103 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7458; 

(W) 910-293-4040 
CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRIES COMMITTEE: 
Chairman . . .Coleman Thomas, Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (H) 910-285-3062 

n 10 .rr^.. (0)910-285-4391 

Paul Rose, 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-4600- 

' , , (C) 910-267-5301; (W) 919-658-2303 

Vicente & Lollie Rangel, 1066 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-0226 
James Best, P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 

RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES COMMITTEE: 

Chairman Eddie King, Rt. 1 Box 214-A, Willard 28478; (H) 910-296-2143 

^ , ^ (W) 910-592-8996 

Paula Matthis, Rt. 4, Box 347-B, Clinton 28328; 910-592-5802 

Mack Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; (C) 910-592-5562 

(H) 910-592-2056 
LANGUAGE MISSIONS COMMITTEE: 
Chairman 

Jim Drake, 209 N. Center St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236; 

(H) 910-293-7479 

W.S. Wells, P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2691 

Shelton Price, P.O. Box 732, Mt. Olive 28365; (W) 919-731-7950 

(H) 919-658-9333 

Vicente Rangel, 1066 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-0226 

David Kolb, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124; 

^ ^. (H) 910-592-3650 

Gene Fierce 103 Denton Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6967 

MEDICAL/DENTAL VAN COMMITTEE: 

Chairman . . .Penny Lockerman, 708 Peterson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2333 

Betty Rose, 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive 28365,' 919-658-4600 

Paul Kennedy, 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-1161 



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Messengers 

ALBERTSON: Jimmy Johnson, Doug Stroud 

ALUM SPRINGS: Larry Harper, Elwood Oliver, Eugene Outlaw, Marie Harper 

BEAR MARSH: Ann Byrd, Stanley Byrd, Joseph Cantrell, Elbert Davis, Alma 

Bowden, Thelma Pate 
BEULAH: G.M. Massey, Janice B. Thornton 
BROWN: Curtis Pope, Frank Turner, Lua Turner 
CALVARY: Graham Elmore, Betty Elmore, Robert Southerland 
CALYPSO: James R. Baker, Greg Day 
CENTER: Albert Pope, Ruth Pope 
CLINTON, FIRST: Joyce Camp, Jean Hatch, Edith Lee, Edna McLamb, Clyde Davis, 

David S. Kolb, Oleta McClenny, Cristy Quakenbush 
CONCORD: Dan Sellers, Faye Sellers, Betty Usher, Gary Bell 
CORINTH: Inez Baker, Allene Knowles, Cleo Savage, J.C. Savage, Lan^y King, Price 

Knowles, Evelyn Savage 
MISION MONTE OLIVO: Vicente Rangel 

MOUNT GILEAD: Herbert Ballance, Gertrude Powell, Lynn Bullock 
MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST: Erma Goodson, Russell Kelly, Helen Columbus, Kenneth 

Goodson, Cecil Columbus 
MOUNT VERNON: Cyndie Falatovich, E.G. Mattocks, Tate Pope, Milton Gainey, 

Jackie Pope, Gurley Quinn 
NEW HOPE: R.W. Blanchard, Jr., Thelma Ware, Mable English, Lillian Johnson, 

Shelby Blanchard 
PEACE: James E. Best, Jewell A. Best 

PINEY GROVE: Mildred Anders, Blanche Casey, Dot Boyette, Irene Darden 
POPLAR GROVE: Douglas Blackmon, Paul Kennedy, Meredith Spencer, Hazel B. 

Hatcher, Wilbert Massey 
POSTON: Mary Boney, Margaret Stafford, Aileen Moore 
ROSE HILL: Annie Rouse, William E. Wells, Ruby Rouse 
ROWAN: Judy Hairr, Donald Pope, Leonard Yancey, Ralph Robinson, Karl Pittard, 

Lillian Pope, Lucille Yancey 
DOBSON CHAPEL: Betty S. Brown, Eugene Nethercutt, Janie Bland, Randy 

Cowan, Ruby Rouse, Julia Brock 
EVERGREEN: James A. Ezzell, Shirley Rogers, M.W. Lane, Jr., Carol C. Todd 
FAISON: Helen Britt, Marie Kennedy, Helen Flowers, Paul Kennedy 
GARNER'S CHAPEL: Annie Albertson, Tyanna Day, Randall Albertson 
GROVE PARK: Amy Mathis, James Parson, James Wells, Eddie Wetherington, Alma 

Parson, Michael Shook, Lora Wells, Muriel Wetherington 
HICKORY GROVE: Johnny Armstrong, Joyce Warren 
IMMANUEL: Jettie Caddis, Jeff Honeycutt, Allen Overton, M.E. Caddis, Mildred 

Honeycutt, Joanne Overton 
ISLAND CREEK: Harvey Blanton, Millard Bounds, Dollie Mae Southerland, John- 
ny Blanton, Doris Brown, Juanita Whaley 
JOHNSON: Annette B. Kernstine, Katie Mae Kirby 

KENANSVILLE: D. Gene Lakey, Brinson Vestal, Bobbie Pigford, Lorena Vestal 
MAGNOLIA: Charles Bowman, Alma W. Martino, Herbert Lanier, Carlton Smith 



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SHARON: Jerry Hatcher, T.G. Huffman, Arline C. Rhodes, Janie Thomas, Margaret 

Huffman, Gurman Norris, Coleman Thomas 
SHILOH: James Paul 

SILOAM: Priscilla McGill, Robert Sanderson, Tim Register, Betty Sanderson 
TEACHEY: Elwood Fussell, Katie B. Wells, Willard Fussell 
UNION GROVE: Rodella Batts, Ruby Fryar, Evelyn Fryar 
WARSAW: Jim Drake, John A. Johnson, Andrea Manon, Carolyn Drew Maru 

Hester Powell, MISION GETSEMANI, Catalino Manon 
WELLS CHAPEL: Florence Hoover, Ottis L. King, Eunice Newkirk, Harry Hoover, 

Laura Moore 

WHITE OAK: Davis Benton, Austin Hall, Sally Quakenbush, Jeanette Benton 
Maybelle Hall 



Proceedings 

167th Annual Session 

of 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

CHURCHES IN ASSOCIATION 

FIRST DAY - October 24, 1994 - AFTERNOON SESSION 

During registration there was a musical prelude by Jean Hatch. 

2. Moderator, Louis Pate, called the Association to order. 

3. Host Interim Pastor, Aubrey Quakenbush, greeted the messengers 

4. Messengers sang "Oh, How I Love Jesus." 

5. Elwood Oliver read Psalm 27:1-5, 14, and led in prayer. 

6^ E.C. Mattocks gave the registration report: 104 messengers from 35 churches 
and 32 visitors. He made a motion these messengers be duly recognized as a quorum 
and constitute the body of the Association, and continue with the business of the As- 
sociation. The motion was seconded and carried. 

7. Davis Benton presented the Program Committee report, noted two corrections 
and moved it be adopted as the order of business. This was seconded and carried 

8. The Moderator made the following Committee appointments: 

a. Time, Place, and Preacher: Mike Shook, Chairman, Larry King, and Johnny 

Armstrong. 

b. Resolutions: Clyde Davis, Chairman, Davis Benton, and Aubrey Quakenbush 

c. Memorials: E.C. Mattocks, Chairman, Coleman Thomas, and Graham Elmore. 

9. Jo Neal Robinson gave the treasurer's report: 

Checking balance as of September 30, 1994 - $24,923.05. ^ 

Savings balance as of September 30, 1994 - $14,600.29. 

She moved the adoption of the report which was' seconded and carried. 

10. A motion from the Nominating Committee was made to elect Ottis King Clerk 
and Lucille Yancey Associate Clerk. The motion was seconded and carried. 

11. Ottis King gave the Executive Board Report, moved its adoption, which was 
seconded and carried. 

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12. Jim Drake presented the Proposed Budget as information. 

13. Messengers sang "Trust and Obey." 

14. Social Service Institutions reports: 

a. Baptist Children's Homes - John A. Johnson 

b. Baptist Retirement Homes - Aubrey Quakenbush 

c. Baptist Hospital - Jim Camp for Gerald Quinn 

Each report received a motion to adopt which was seconded and carried. 

15. Charles Tanner spoke to the reports as to the work of these institutions. 

16. There was a brief recess. 

17. Jim Drake noted an omission in the Proposed Budget, an item for the Key Leader- 
ship Conference of $250.00. 

18. Johnny Armstrong noted pastors coming into the Association since the last An- 
nual Session: 

David Kolb, pastor First, Clinton, wife Judie 

Karl Pittard, pastor Rowan, wife Susan 

James Paul, pastor Shiloh, wife Joann 

Sidney Doty, Jr., pastor Union Grove, wife Carolyn 

Davis Benton, pastor White Oak, wife Jeanette 

Catalino Manon, pastor Mision Getsemani, wife Andrea 

19. Messengers sang "We are Called to be God's People." 

20. Agency Reports: 

a. Biblical Recorder/ Christian Literature - Millard Bounds 

b. Baptist Foundation - Tyana Day 

c. Christian Higher Education - Davis Benton 

d. Annuity Board - Eddie Wetherington 

Each report was followed by a motion to adopt, which was seconded and carried. 

21. Jim Lambert spoke stressing the work of the Annuity Board and the necessity 
of pastors and churches providing adequate coverage in retirment planning. 

22. Messengers sang "I Know Whom I Have Believed." 

23. Special music, "Written in Red," was sung by Jean Hatch. 

24. Millard Bounds read Mark 4:13-23, and led in prayer. 

25. Ottis King preached the Annual Sermon, "Obeying the Word of Truth" citing 

I. The Process of Discipleship, John 8:31-32 

A. Believing in Jesus 

B. Continuing in His Word 

C. Becoming His disciples 

D. Knowing the truth 

E. Being freed by the truth 

IL The products of one's life, Galatians 5:19-23 

A. The works of the flesh 

B. The fruit of the Spirit 

in. The place at the dining table, I Corinthians 10:21 

A. The cup and table of devils 

B. The cup and table of the Lord 

26. Inez Peterson dismissed in prayer with a blessing for the meal. 

27. Messengers and guests enjoyed a delicious meal. 

28. A musical prelude was presented by Garry Stuart. 

29. Allen Overton, Vice Moderator, called the evening session to order. 

30. Paul Kennedy, pastor Poplar Grove was recognized. 

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31. Karl Pittard read Psalm 89:1 and led in prayer. 

32. Messengers sang "I Love to Tell the Story." 

33. The Vice Moderator gave an update on registration. 

34. Louis Pate presented the Moderator's Message noting the conditions in our world 
the moral breakdown of society, and the only solution is to seek God's help in makinq 
a difference in our society. 

35. a. Lucille Yancey presented the Missions Development Report, moved its adop- 
tion, which was seconded and carried. 

b. Amy Mathis spoke of the work of Mission Ministries. 

36. Davis Benton presented the Partners in New Work: 

a. Vicente Rangel, Mision Monte Olivo, related aspects of the work notinq an- 
ticipated expansions. 

b. Catalino Manon, Mision Getsemani, shared work being done and anticipa- 
tions of further ministry. 

37. Messengers sang "Count Your Many Blessings." ' 

38. Louis Pate led in the Offeratory Prayer. 

39. An offering for the EBA Ministers' Relief Fund totaled $331.00. 

40. "The Doxology" was sung with heartfelt praise. 

41. Moderator, Louis Pate, returned to the Chair. 

42. Jean Hatch presented a slide show of the New York Music Mission trip 

43. Several participants shared testimonies of their experiences. 

44. The Music Mission Choir sang from "God with Us." 

45. Jean Hatch shared several comments and made a motion the Association joined 
in partnership with Canaan Baptist Mission of Flushing, NY. Following a second com- 
ments were shared as to the functioning of the partnership. The motion carri'ed 

4b. Davis Benton introduced the Missionary Message Speaker. 

47. Robert Plummer preached the Missionary Message, reading Matthew 936-38 
We must impress the necessity of obedience and responding to the call of Christ 

to missions. We support missionaries by pooling our resources and cooperating together 
Young people are coming to Christ with a thirst, seeking for the truth There is in- 
terest in learning more of the scriptures and how to live as Christians. To be a Christian 
is to be different. Jesus must be allowed to be the leader of the church 

Ihe church is strict in their discipline. Our mission is to reach out to others in the 
name of Jesus Christ. When we think of God's church, we are on a mission. This is 
Uod s will. We need people who will be obedient to Jesus Christ. Obedience and reach- 
ing beyond ourselves and allowing God to use us is missions. People need a relation- 
ship with Jesus Christ^Our responsibility is to reach out and touch others in a special 
way When we allow God to speak through us, this is missions. Let it be your mission 
to glorify Christ. 

48. The Hymn of Dedication was "Send Me, O Lord, Send Me." 

49. Allen Overton pronounced the benediction. 



SECOND DAY - October 25, 1994 - MORNING SESSION 



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During registration time, Garry Stuart presented a musical prelude 
^. Louis Pate, Moderator, called the session to order. 

3. Messengers sang "Amazing Grace." 

4. James Paul read John 17:20-26 and led in prayer. 

5. E.G. Mattocks gave the registration report, from 34 churches there are 98 mes- 
sengers and 9 visitors. He moved these messengers comprise a quorum and we pro- 
ceed with the business of the Association. The motion was seconded and carried 



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6. The Clerk reported on the first day's proceedings and moved they be entered 
into the record. The motion was seconded, and carried. 

7. Host pastor, Coleman Thomas, welcomed the messengers. 

8. Messengers sang "The Church's One Foundation." 

9. Church Program Reports 

a. Brotherhood - Johnny Blanton 

b. Church Music - Jean Hatch 

c. Discipleship Training - Randy Cowan 

d. Woman's Missionary Union - as printed 

e. Vacation Bible School - as printed 

f. Sunday School - Mark Thomas 

Each report was followed by a motion and second to approve. Each motion carried. 

10. Kathy Hopkins spoke in regards to the work of the churches in these areas. 

11. Messengers sang "At the Cross." 

12. Business: 

a. Jim Drake made a motion to adopt the Proposed Budget. The motion 
was seconded and approved. 

b. Jim Drake presented a motion from the Stewardship Committee: "That 
$1,200.00 currently held in escrow, designated "World Missions Confer- 
ence," be used to defray automobile expenses incurred for the 
missionaries-in-residence in our Association. Between the cost of the ren- 
tal car and the purchase and sale of the car being used presently, it is es- 
timated that this amount will provide for the necessary expenses." The 
motion was seconded and carried. 

13. Associatonal Committees Reports 

a. Historical - none presented 

b. Ordination - Gene Lakey 

c. Stewardship - given earlier - Jim Drake 

d. Evangelism - Lynn Blullock 

e. Seminary Extension - Greg Day for Tyanna Day 

f. Media Library - Joyce Camp 

g. Properties - Jim Camp for Gerald Quinn 

Each report was followed by a motion and second to adopt. Each motion carried. 

14. Messengers sang "Just a Closer Walk with Thee." 

15. Adoption of Committee Reports 

a. Nominating - Jo Neal Robinson 

b. Committee on Committees Frank Turner 

Each report received a motion and second to adopt. Each motion carried. 

16. Miscellaneous business: 

a. Gene Lakey made a motion the Minutes be dedicated to Amos Brinson, 
Treasurer for 25 years. 

b. Millard Bounds noted the Christian Life Committee Report. 

c. Mary Hester Powell announced the WMU meeting for April 1st, and sug- 
gested this be carried to the churches. 

17. Special music was presented by Laurie Gray, "Born to Die." 

18. Johnny Armstrong preached the Doctrinal Sermon - "Stewardship," reading Luke 
12:48. 

The US has the largest GNP in the world. It produces 25 percent of the world's 
production. Those who have a lot are required to give back a lot. What have we given 



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back? Most people live the opposite of what Jesus taught - not to be obsessed with 
things. People are worried more of what their neighbor owns. When we die we leave 
it all behind. 

Some things come too fast, too easy, too cheap. Most denominations with a high 
per capita income have the lowest per capita giving. We cannot separate belief from 
practice. We have been made stewards of all we have been entrusted with. We cannot 
live the life Jesus taught us and be obsessed with possessions. If the church is obsessed 
with making money, it ought to be taxed. 

When we give the tithe, we should be sure the resources have been used for the 
purpose God intended. We are stewards of what we have. 

20. Report of Appointed committees 

a. Time, Place, and Preacher - Mike Shook 

A motion was presented to hold the first session at Rowan with White 
Oak assisting, and Tyanna Day, preaching the Annual Sermon, with Tim 
Register as Alternate. The second day's session will be at Poston with 
Wells Chapel assisting. The motion was seconded and approved. 

b. Clyde Davis presented a resolution expressing appreciation to the hosts 
churches. This was seconded and approved. 

A second resolution was to commend the New York Missions trip. This 
was seconded and approved. 

c. E.C. Mattocks and Coleman Thomas presented the Memorials Committee 
report. 

21. Jim Camp, Director of Mission, gave the Missions Challenge 

Changes are taking place. Some fast changes have caused problems We do not 
have to be perfect. God wants us to be obedient. There is a Home Mission project 
in New York. A partnership is a sharing from both sides. New homes are regularly 
being built. How will we respond to change? Our mission is to reach lost people Pas- 
tors are part of the change. We must affect the direction of these changes. 

22. Jim Camp installed the new officers. 

23. E.C. Mattocks thanked those who had helped with registration during the two 

24^ Michael Shook, in response to a discussion on the time of the Annual Meeting 
noted the Corporation Papers state the meeting is to be in October. No date is stated.' 
^b. Coleman Thomas gave instructions concerning the noon meal. 
26. Jo Neal Robinson pronounced the benediction and gave grace for the meal 



REGISTRATION 



Messengers 

Alternates 

Visitors 

Non EBA 

BSC 

EBA Officers/staff 

Totals 

Churches 
Missions 







OFFICIAL 


FIRST 


SECOND 


LESS 


DAY 


DAY 


DUPLICATES 


133 


104 


164 


10 


8 


15 


51 


20 


65 


1 




1 


2 


l" 


3 


4 


4 


4 


201 


137 


252 


37 


37 


40 


2 




2 



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Our Beloved Dead 



ALBERTSON 

Remus Creel, Sr. 

BROWN 

Lessie Tatum 
Nevada Cannady 
Fannie Wiggins 
Juanita Bass 

CALVARY 

Julius Sutton 

CALYPSO 

Hattie Guy 
Virginia Rivenbark 
Sue Morgan 

CLINTON, FIRST 

Bettie Bass 

Helen Bradshaw ' 

Margaret Weeks 

Perry Lockerman, Deacon 

Mary Lou Fowler 

Johnnie Costanzo 

Frank Johnson 

Mary Upchurch 

Lennie Hayes 

Mary Stewart 

Art Tenglund 

Doris Tart 

Arline Franklin 

Louise Austin 

Dr. James Ayers 

Francis Fussell, Deacon 

Charles Russell 

Mary Smith 

Mildred Mitchell 

D.K. Peterson 

Billy Reynolds 

Joe Martin Hall 

Patricia Johnson 

CORINTH 

Ellis Grey Baker, Deacon 
Cecil Wells 
Cleveland Bryant 
Hosea Brown 
Ray Scott 



Elbert Fussell 
Peggy Knowles 
Margaret Raynor 

DOBSON CHAPEL 

Hadley Brock 
Ada Harvell 
Elizabeth Dobson 

EVERGREEN 

Sennie Davis 
Onzie Hudson 
Eunice E. Hood 

GARLAND 

Doris R. Smith 

GARNER'S CHAPEL 

Joe Waters 

GROVE PARK 

Mr. I.G. Warren 
Deacon Lafayette Sandy 
Deacon C.J. Mercer, Sr. 
Ms. Edna Blue 
Mr. Claude Suggs 
Deacon L.W. Garriss 
Mrs. Lois Bradshaw 
Mr. Charles Wynn 
Mr. Robert Brown 

HICKORY GROVE 

Mr. Ferrell Bruce 
Mr. Ralph Naylor 
Mr. James Warren 
Mrs. Julia Naylor 
Mrs. Beatrice Roberts 

IMMANUEL 

Mr. Aaron Moody 

INGOLD 

Margaret B. Cashwell 

ISLAND CREEK 

Mr. Ronald Rivenbark 
Mr. Charles Duff 
Mr. Linwood Brock 
Mrs. Evie Hanchey 



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IOOO OO O OO O O OOOOO OO OftOOO[» 



JOHNSON 

Esther Boyette 
Margaret Wagner 
Myrtie Frederick 

KENANSVILLE 

Wiley Booth 
Amos Brinson 

MAGNOLIA 

Mrs. Beulah Stroud 
Mr. Herbert E. Tucker 
Mr. Clifton Guy 
Mr. Bertice Quinn 

MOUNT GILEAD 

Ms. Lucy Beck 
Ms. Annie Dudley 
Ms. Pearl Merritt 

MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 

Arthur Marks 
Dr. James H. Lee 
Mrs. Delia C. Taylor 
Council Southerland 

PINEY GROVE 

Houston C. Anders, Deacon 
Mrs. Janie King 
Mrs. Eva Sewell 
Mrs. Mabel Boyette 
Mrs. Bessie Rackley 

POSTON 

Mrs. Nellie Norris 
Mr. Bruce Boney 
Mr. Marion Henderson 




ROSE HILL 

Mr. P.O. Blanton 
Mrs. Mary Futrell 
Mrs. Alice Whaley 
Mr. R.C. Henderson 
Mrs. Florence Sheffield 

ROWAN 

Mildred Bradshaw 
Clyde T. Chestnutt 
Addie J. Moore 

SHARON 

Mrs. Louise Padgett, Deaconess 
Mrs. Bertie Mae Brinkley 
Mrs. Mary Lily Quinn 

TEACHEY 

Mr. Grover Bland 

TURKEY 

Mr. Levi Moore 

WARSAW 

Mrs. Gloria Merritt 
Mrs. Martha B. Rawls 
Mrs. Margaret Wagner 
Mrs. Beulah Blackburn 
Mrs. Helen P. Smith 
Mrs. Alice Miller 
Mrs. June Bradshaw 
Mrs. Lillie E. Pickett 

WELLS CHAPEL 

Mr. Henry Hoover 
Mr. David F. Register 
Mr. Fred Hoover 

WHITE OAK 

Mr. F.E. Williamson 

Mr. Murd Butler McKenzie^ 



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Executive Board Report 

The Executive Board of Eastern Baptist Association met on a regular basis at Rose 
Hill, Faison and Alum Springs, respectively. There was a quorum at each meeting. 
Regular Committee and Church Program reports were given. 

In January, Coleman Thomas was recommended by the Nominating Committee 
to be Chairman of the Church Extension Ministries Committee. Information was shared 
regarding the New York Music Mission trip. Cooperative Agreement requests for 1995 
were approved. The Elwyn C. Murray Scholarship Fund was approved. This will be 
available to assist any member of any EBA church attending a Baptist College or Univer- 
sity in North Carolina. 

In April, several new ministers were introduced to the Association. Mark Thomas 
was elected Sunday School Director and Johnny Blanton was elected Brotherhood 
Director. The Ministry/Vocational Staff Hardship Trust Fund was established. Approval 
was made for a professional accounting firm to bring records up to date and be em- 
ployed to maintain financial records of the Association. Money held in trust for the 
Clinton Hispanic Mission, with an amount for interest was released to the Mission. Ap- 
proval was given for a Language Missions Ministries Program of the Missions Develop- 
ment Council. A Missionaries-in-Residence Committee was named by the Moderator. 

In July, the Moderator appointed the usual committees in preparation for the Annu- 
al Session. New pastors were introduced. Association Officers were elected. The re- 
vised Personnel Policy was presented and approved. Robert and Linda Plummer, our 
Missionaries-in-Residence will be arriving July 27, 1994. The Mission Trip to New York 
was reviewed with Bobby Stafford, Associational Development. BSC, leading a com- 
missioning service. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ottis King, Clerk 



Brotherhood Report 

This has been a good year for Baptist men in our association. We were greatly 
challenged by Dr. Harold Finch, from Kansas City, to grab every opportunity that comes 
our way. 

Our association responded when flood waters hit Georgia. Men were ready to assist 
if called by SBC Disaster Unix. Our churches responded by sending food and money 
to Georgia to help in their need. 

Our men and women can be commended for their help and support of our migrant 
ministry. Each year we urge more and more involvement in this worthwhile cause. 
May God continue to use each one of His servants to their fullest. 

-^ Respectfully submitted, 

Johnny Blanton 

WMU Eighty-Fifth Annual Session Minutes 

The 85th Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union, Eastern Baptist Associa- 
tion met Thursday, April 28, 1994, at Warsaw Baptist Church, Warsaw, North Carolina. 
Melba Britt began our session with a musical prelude. Louise Todd welcomed every- 

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one to the meeting and the congregation sang "Victory in Jesus." Inez Peterson led 
m a devotion. Donna Gates welcomed us to Warsaw Baptist Church and gave instruc- 
tions for the evening meal. 

Louise Todd called the session to order. 

Mary Boney of Posten Baptist Church, was recognized as the "WMU Woman of 
the Year." 

Karen Driskill inspired us as she sang "Each One Reach One." 
The afternoon speaker was Jan High, WMU Consultant of the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina. Jan inspired and encouraged us as she reminded us of the 
beginnings of WMU and challenged us as she spoke of changes coming in WMU 
Angie Bass spoke to us about the importance of the renovation of Camp Mundo Vista 
After the benediction and blessing, the session adjourned for the evening meal 
The evening session began with an invocation by Louise Todd followed by the con- 
gregational singing of "Serve the Lord with Gladness." Amy Mathis led us in the pray- 
er calendar for the day. 

The business consisted of the following: 

1. The reading of the eighty-fourth session minutes. 

2. The reports of the various organizations were called to the attention of the group 
and all were encouraged to read the reports as presented in the program 

S. The report of the nominating committee was accepted and the following officers 
having been elected, were installed by Lucille Yancy: 

WMU Director Deanna Matthews 

Assistant Director Carolyn Drew 

l^^^'^^^^^ Lillian Pope 

^"^ff^^, ,, Joan Bullock 

Baptist Women Director Cyndi Falatovich 

Assistant Baptist Women Director 

Baptist young Women Director ■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.; '. '. '. Brenda Matthis 

Assistant BYW Director 

Acteen D^ector ^ ■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.'.■ .' ." .' ." .' .' ." .' . Deana Caldwell 

Assistant Acteen Director 

Girls in Action Director ::::::::::::::::::: :Kathy Quinn 

Assistant GA Director Amy Le Bahn 

a""?". Ac" n '^"■'''°'' Cinda Bass 

Assistant MF Director Angie Bass 

Mission Action Director j Camp 

Assistant Mission Action Director Mary Evelyn Wells 

Area Directors: 

^ I , ',_ Inez Peterson 

Garland/Star B^^^ Sanderson 

Faison/Warsaw p ^reer 

W r /r- u-u Erma Goodson 

Wallace/Rose Hill B^^^^ B^^^3 

4. An invitation was extended by the Kenansville Baptist Church to hold the eighty- 
sixth annual session at Kenansville Baptist Church, Kenansville, North Carolina 
Karen Driskill sang "Thank You" and reminded us that we never know who will 
be blessed as we serve in Christ's name. 

Sheila Black, Social Ministries Director of Mecklenburg Association, helped us un- 
derstand who needs ministry, how to do ministry and encouraged us to be willing to 

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minister to all people. 

The congregation sang "Wherever He Leads I'll Go." Louise Todd closed the ses- 
sion with the benediction. 

An offering of $398.40 was taken for the Camp Mundo Vista Campaign. 

Future hosts for the annual session listed in the program are: 

1995 Kenansville & Dobson Chapel 

1996 Rose Hill 

1997 Mount Gilead 

1998 Faison 

1999 Grove Park 

One hundred seventy-seven persons attended, representing twenty-six churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Louise Todd, Director 

Joan Bullock, Secretary 



Woman's Missionary Union Report 

This has been a good year in the Eastern Association, even though we have failed 
to accomplish all we had hoped; we are grateful for the progress we have made through 
the Holy Spirit's direction, using as our theme, "Serve in Christ's Name/* 

Mindful of the urgent responsibility to be more faithful in our prayers, and the great 
power of prayer, our year began with a wonderful prayer retreat with a total present 
of 78. Lib Loftins led us in the retreat. 

The Annual Meeting was attended by 177 and inspired all of us. Jan High reminded 
us of our heritage and challenged us to be dedicated as we continue telling others about 
Jesus. Sheila Black shared with us what ministry is all about. 

Among other things the WMU contributed $285.00 to the Prison Ministry in Raleigh 
and gave $398.40 toward the Camp Mundo Vista Campaign. 

Woman's Missionary Union influences the whole church for missions. We shall con- 
tinue to spread the gospel as we "Serve in Christ's Name." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Louise Todd, Director 



Sunday School 

The past year has continued to be a period of growing and strengthening for our 
ASSISTeam. Tena Johnson the director for the past three years left and her leader- 
ship has been missed. The team however has continued to strive in it's efforts of provid- 
ing help and ideas to the Sunday School as whole in our Association. In October of 
1993, members of the team were able to receive training at Fort Caswell. The State 
training event in Cary in February was iced-out and rescheduled. The team presented 
an Associational VBS workshop at which 14 different churches from our association 
were represented and 77 individuals attended. Sunday School training was provided 
at Key Leadership in our Associational program in August. A Sunday School Tune- 
Up was offered on September 17 and there was a good response from the teachers 
and leaders. Please continue to pray for our ASSISTeam. We are saying good-bye 
and thanks for a job well done to several team members this year. All the individuals 

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who serve on this team do so out of a desire to help individuals and churches in their 
efforts for a stronger Sunday School. Sunday School help is just a phone call away 
it you have any questions please call, we would be excited to help!! 

Mark Thomas, ASSISTeam Director 



Vacation Bible Sciiool Report 



The theme for VBS was "Trail of 

VBS in 1994. Our Associational VBS 

77 people present: 

Enroll- Avg. 

Church ment Attend 

Albertson 

Alum Springs 

Bear Marsh 

Beulah 

Brown 

Calvary 

Calypso 89 

Center 57 

Clinton, First 

Concord 79 

Corinth 

Dobson Chapel 75 

Evergreen 74 

Faison 62 

Garland 

Garner's Chapel 42 

Grove Park 161 

Hickory Grove 

Immanuel 49 

Ingold 

Island Creek 29 

Johnson 

Kenansville 168 148 

(BYBC - 3 with enrollment of 27) 

Magnolia 



Treasurers/' A new approach was used for 
Clinic was held at Warsaw Baptist Church with 



77 



63 

75 
68 
55 



124 



38 



24 



Mount Gilead 
Mt. Olive, FBC 
Mount Vernon 
New Hope 
Peace 

Piney Grove 
Poplar Grove 
Poston 
Rose Hill 
Rowan 



92 

115 



24 
177 

100 



76 
96 



128 



85 



No. 
Days 



Hours 
Daily 



2 (Abbrev) 

* 

(Abbrev) 

Expanded 
(Abbrev) 
(Abbrev) 

Expanded 
Basic 

(Abbrev) 

(Abbrev) 

Basic 



7 Basic 

5 (Abbrev) 



(BYBC -- 1 with enrollment of 9 + 



5 (Abbrev) 

3 Basic 

5 Basic 

3 prospects) 



Prof. 
Faith 



Achievement 
Level 



Standard 

Standard 

Standard 
Standard 

* 
Advanced 

Standard 

Standard 



Standard 



16 Standard 

2 Advanced 



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Serenity 














Sharon 














Shiloh 


69 


68 


5 







* 


Siloam 


64 


50 


5 







* 


Teachey 


33 


28 


5 


Basic 





Standard 


Turkey 


90 


76 


5 


2V2 





Standard 


Union Grove 


38 


* 


5 


Basic 





* 


Warsaw 


72 


36 


(9 hrs. 

weekend) 









Wells Chapel 


55 


44 


21/2 







* 


White Oak 


25 


24 


5 


* 





Standard 


* = Not indicated 















Discipleship Training Report 

During the 1993-94 Associational year, the Discipleship Training Program of Eastern 
Baptist Association assisted churches in accomplishing tasks of reaching and equip- 
ping persons for discipleship and personal ministry by: 

1. Sponsoring M Night, November 22, 1993 at First Baptist Church, Clinton, NC. 
A Discipleship Training Fair was held with games, prizes, and refreshments for all those 
attending. Poston Baptist Church was recognized for having the largest increase in at- 
tendance in their Discipleship Training Program and Grove Park was recognized for 
the largest increase in enrollment in their Discipleship Training Program. 

2. Sponsoring a Doctrinal Study at Kenansville Baptist Church, March 17 and March 
24, 1994. The Study, "The Bible Speaks to End Times", was taught by Dr. David 
Lanier, Professor at Southeastern Baptist Seminary. 

3. Sponsoring the Deacon Leadership Conference at Immanuel Baptist Church, 
March 28, 1994. Bryan Chestnutt led the Conference on "Spiritual Gifts and the Ministry 
of Deacons." 

4. Conducting the Associational Children and Youth Bible Drill at Mt. Gilead Bap- 
tist Church, April 9„ 1994. Eight churches participated with 30 children and 5 youth 
becoming associational winners. 

5. Sending members of the Associational Discipleship Training Team to Caraway 
Conference Center for Associational Leader Training, August 26-27, 1994. 

6. Hosting a regional Youth Discipleship Training Conference on September 20, 
1994 at the EBA Conference Center. The Conference, "Youth Discipleship: New and 
Improved" was sponsored and led by the Baptist State Convention staff. 

. . Respectfully submitted, 

Discipleship Training Team 
Randy Cowan, Jo Neal Robinson, Ann Thigpen 

Ordination Committee 

The Associational Ordination Committee serves at the request of any church, provid- 
ing advice and assistance in the examination and ordination of ministers. 
During the 1993-94 Associational year, two such requests were received. 
Shiloh Baptist Church requested that Mr. Paul Kennedy be examined for ordina- 



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tion, and on November 21, 1993, the Associational Ordination Committee met for 
that purpose. After the examination of said candidate, the committee unanimously 
presented an affirmative report to the ordaining church. 

Warsaw Baptist Church requested that Mr. Catalino Manon Valladarez be examined 
for ordination, and on July 11, 1994, the Associational Ordination Committee met 
for that purpose. After the examination of said candidate, the committee unanimously 
presented an affirmative report to the ordaining church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
D. Gene Lakey, Jr., Chairman 

Seminary Extension Report 

Seminary Extension exists to help meet ministry needs by providing training for pas- 
tors and laypersons as well as helping meet ministry needs in the association. A wide 
variety of courses are available through Seminary Extension. A catalogue is available 
to anyone who is interested in further course information. 

Seminary Extension is a good way to enhance and build upon one's ministerial and 
leadership skills. For many years North Carolina Baptists have supplemented Semi- 
nary Extension Study courses for those who wish to enroll in the numerous centers 
located throughout the state. There is assistance of $15.00 per course made available 
to those who enroll. 

Anyone who is interested in more information on Seminary Extension may contact 
the EBA. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Tyanna Day, Chairperson 

Properties Committee Report 

The office building of the Eastern Baptist Association is well-used. The flow of peo- 
ple from our churches come to the office much more often than in the past, which 
means wear and tear on the building. During the past year, the men from Rowan Bap- 
tist Church painted the outside of the storage building. Jewel and Charles Taylor from 
the Warsaw Baptist Church paneled and updated the inside of the building. This is 
being used for our clothing and food storage. 

Our computer is used more each week and we are to a point that a laser printer 
is needed. Some of our pastors and church people use it from time to time to do spe- 
cial things for their church program. We now have call- waiting on our telephone. 

The associational office, like any other part of our associational work, is to enable 
the church to do a better job. The Media Library has been moved to the small confer- 
ence room and is being used much more as our folks know what's there. We now 
can use the front entrance and come up the stairs, but again, change is slow. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gerald Quinn, Chairman 



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Evangelism Cominittee Report 

"HERE'S HOPE" Share Jesus Now is in the planning stages. Pat Wood, tiie 
Chairman for the coming year, attended a training conference in Atlanta, Georgia. 
Each pastor received a kit. 

Again this year, "WITNESS" was at Grove Park Church and did an excellent job. 
The attendance was not what we had hoped for. 

The Annual Evangelism Rally was moved to Saturday, September 10. Rev. Jesse 
Crooks was the speaker and Kathy Huber sang. Our attendance was 125 this year. 
Jean Hatch had a combined choir that did an excellent job. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lynn Bullock, Chairman 



Media Center Report 

The Media Center has a new home! It is located across from the restrooms at the 
EBA Center. Jewel Best has added our media items to the computer and updates our 
inventory monthly. She has taken a special interest in the Media Center, and every- 
one appreciates the fine work she is doing. 

A booklet of videos, tapes, etc., by topics is available. Many churches have already 
gotten several copies. New additions will be announced in the Eastern Light. 

If you have a suggestion of a media resource that you think would benefit the whole 
association, please let Joyce Camp or Jewel Best know. 

The Media Center houses all of the Foreign Missions Updates, Home Missions Up- 
date, Mandate (The NC Update), Missions Study Videos, and many specialty videos. 
Please visit the Center and look through the collection. You may find just what you 
need to lead that special program! 

Joyce Camp, Media Center Chairman 

Missions Development Council Report 

The Missions Development council held regular quarterly meetings and special meet- 
ings as needed for accomplishment of its purpose and goals. Highlights of the years 
activities are: 

1 January 25 "Hope for Hurting Humanity Workshop" trained 32 
Eastern Baptists to get churches more actively involved in "doing missions." 

2. April 21 - Executive Board approval of "Language Missions Ministries" 
as a new component program to more effectively coordinate work of existing 
work with Hispanic missions. 

3. Recognition of enthusiasm of new work at the Warsaw mission and ordina- 
tion of the pastor. 

4. MISSIONS USA magazine interviews and filming in Eastern 
Promotion Chairman Joyce Camp's important report follows, along with reports of 

each of MDC component programs. Please read each of them for information about 
the exciting mission activities of each ministry. MDC component programs include the 
following ministries: Deaf, Language, Seasonal Farm Workers, Mentally Han- 



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dicapped. Literacy, Senior Adult, Resort and Leisure, Christian Social 
Services, Church Extension, Chaplaincy, and the Medical /Dental Van. 

Around 40 people are directly involved in outstanding missions efforts. 

Lucille Yancey, Director 

We have three churches that have Missions Development Councils: Clinton, First, 
Mount Vernon and Rowan. Two other churches are in the process of establishing Mis- 
sions Development as a way to plan and coordinate missions. I encourage each church 
to consider a coordinating body such as a Missions Development Council. Several of 
our churches have Missions Committees and this is good. Please call me if I can help 
you do a better job of doing missions. 

Joyce Camp 

Christian Social Ministries Annual Report 

Church Year 1 993 / 94 

Director: Timothy Rose 

This year social ministries has been in the planning of organizing churches for a more 
effective and efficient distribution of clothing and food. The Social Ministries Commit- 
tee has been in the jbrocess of creating a survey that will allow each church to evaluate 
its current activities in social ministries. After all surveys have been distributed to each 
church and then returned to the Social Ministries Committee, the information will be 
evaluated. This will give the committee a specific picture of each church's situation and 
an overall view of the Association's needs in social ministries. Based on survey infor- 
mation, the committee will develop plans to organize the food pantry/clothes closet 
facility at the Eastern Baptist Association office to meet each church's social ministries 
needs. We are hopeful that the survey will improve communications of social minis- 
tries goals between the Eastern Baptist Association and the churches. 

One idea that has been discussed without the aid of a survey is centralization of the 
food pantry/clothes closet. The committee would suggest to all churches to organize 
specific members who would be responsible for transporting people in need to a cen- 
tral food pantry/clothes closet. It has been suggested that the facility beside the Eastern 
Baptist Association office, which currently stores clothes and food, be used as the cen- 
tral location. Other locations will be discussed. 

There was work done to the clothes closet building beside the EBA office. Charles 
and Jewel Taylor of Warsaw Baptist Church put up paneling, shelves, and racks. Also, 
the Brotherhood group from Rowan Baptist Church painted the outside of the build- 
ing. Much thanks and appreciation go to these individuals. 

As of yet, there has been no implementation of any plans. The survey should be 
distributed to each church by the first of the church year 94/95. After all data has been 
gathered, the Social Ministries Committee can begin to implement plans. 

Volunteer Chaplaincy Ministries Report 

Volunteer Chaplaincy includes ministry with persons in nursing homes, hospitals, 
and prisons/jails. Caring people from Eastern Association churches attend to these 

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areas of service. The Volunteer Chaplaincy Ministries Committee is eager to coordinate 
with interested workers for a more cohesive organization to recognize and address needs. 

Amy Mathis, Mission Ministry Director 

Medical Dental Van Report 

The Medical Dental Van was utilized in ministry June of this year to attract any per- 
son in need of medical and dental treatment. An evening at Poplar Grove Baptist 
Church, Mount Olive Hispanic Mission and an afternoon and evening at The First Baptist 
Church' of Clinton, resulted in the treatment of and ministry to 25 people. This minis- 
try was truly a community effort. Participants included laypersons of our association, 
association leaders, doctors, dentists, nurses, nursing students of a local community 
college, and pharmacists. Without our Lord's guidance and many prayers this ministry 
would not have been possible. 

The Association will be supporting the Medical Dental Van which has become a minis- 
try of it's own. Staffed by volunteers, the budget will cover cost of Van use, supplies, 
and generator cost. Plans for the upcoming year include scheduling the van during 
the month of July. This will allow more time for our summer missionaries to connect 
and spread the word of this mission to more people. A strong community effort has 
blossomed to see this ministry succeed. Please pray that we will reach those in need 
this coming year. 

Penny H. Lockerman 

Interf aith Witness 

This year the Interfaith Witness Team sent Amy Mathis to the Commonwealth of I 
Virginia to receive training as an Interfaith Witness Associate in the area of "Cults and 1 
the Family." This brings our total number of persons trained up to four and includes | 
five areas of study: Jehovah's Witness, New Age, Islam, Mormons, and Cults and the 
Family. 

In addition to a newly trained team member, investments have been made by ad- 
ding resources to enhance the training already received by the team and by adding 
resources to the material available to the churches through the EBA Media Center. 

Additional training is planned for November in the area of Atheism and Secular Hu- 
manism (to be taught as one course) . We welcome opportunities to share about cults 
and religions in the area churches and we will welcome new team members who would 
like to receive training as Interfaith Witness Associates. 

Respectfully submitted, 
>- Randy Cowan, IFW Chairman 

1994 Mentally Handicapped Committee Report 

When activities are held on an associational level, our plans include group homes 
(21), Heritage Care (7), Warsaw Skilled Creation (6), and individuals at home (5). 
Our group usually totals 39 special people. 

A Hallelujah Party was held in October thanks to the First Baptist Church - Clinton 

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Baptist Young Women. Songs, refreshments, stories and a visit from a witch made 
a fun night. 

The annual Christmas Banquet was held at First Baptist - Clinton. The mission ac- 
tion WMU ladies proved they were great cooks once again. Rev. and Mrs. Duane Cald- 
well shared their talents with the group with a timely message and beautiful seasonal 
music. 

The Mount Olive WMU shared their love for the group with a Valentine Party The 
group made valentines cards, decorated cookies, and sang songs before they feasted 
on refreshments. 

Most of our group attended Spring Fling at Campbell College. It was a beautiful day 
for activities, swimming, crafts, a picnic, and puppets. 

The Evergreen Brotherhood invited the group to an Easter Brunch in their beautiful 
new fellowship hall. After a great breakfast, we were treated to the beautiful Easter 
story as told by Mrs. Louise Todd. 

Our year was topped off with an adventure to Happiness Retreat at Camp Cara- 
way. Out of 139 campers, our association had 37 campers and 10 chaperons. A spe- 
cial thanks to some of our major sponsors which include Sampson County Association 
for the Handicapped ($1000), St. Paul's Episcopal Churchwomen (a group home) 
Rowan and Magnolia Baptist churches. First Baptist - Clinton WMU and Mission Devel- 
opment Council and EBA. 

There are three Sunday School classes with the possibility of another one startino 
soon. ^ 

There are two other Skilled Creations units in the area housing 30 very special peo- 
ple. Many church groups have parties and other activities with these handicapped in- 
dividuals who are not as ambulatory as the others. 

If you know a mentally handicapped individual that needs to be included in our group 
of special people, please let us now so we can contact him or her. We are always look- 
ing to expand our special people list. 

If you or your group would like to help with an activity, please contact us. We hope 
to provide an activity each quarter for these special people. You will be rewarded with 
love, hugs and beautiful smiles. 

Pat Brown (592-3457) 

Carol Todd (532-2271) 

Michelle Reynolds (592-6767) 

Senior Adult Ministry Report 

1993-1994 

* 

Once again it is a joy to report the successful ministry of the Senior Adults of the 
Eastern Baptist Association. The committee met many times with our Mission Minis- 
tries Director, Amy Mathis, for planning and promoting. 

Our togetherness in the Association this year included the wonderful picnic at Duplin 
Country Club, Kenansville, in September of 1993. Our program people, Reverend 
Eddie Davis of Scotts Hill and Trooper A.J. Albertson were especially enjoyed' 

Then the Rally on March 17, 1994, with Rowan Church as host church was also 
an outstanding event. We were privileged to have Dr. Nance of Clinton and also the 
Mee Haw Group" of Southern Pines. 

Each of these occasions boasted of about 180 Seniors participating and challenged 
tor the day. We appreciated the hospitality of the host church and Pastor Reverend Pittard. 

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Our three days at Caraway in October, 1993 were very rewarding with many inter- 
esting speakers and inspirational messages. We greatly appreciated Poston Church loan- 
ing us their bus and Reverend Todd Horton driving us. 

In the spring of 1994 we shared a trip to see "Worthy is the Lamb." 

The strength of the Senior Adult Ministry rests in the interests shown in the special 
events planned annually, and then promoted by each individual church. We still have 
a number of churches who do not as yet have an on-going regular time of meeting. 
We encourage each to plan a day for "the young at heart", monthly. 

We have vast resources of wisdom and joy among these as we share Christian fel- 
lowship and inspiration. Our trips are exciting, educational and pleasurable. We con- 
tinue to make new plans with you in mind. 

The committee, Arlene Rhodes, Lois Colwell, and Eunice Newkirk, Chairman, in- 
vite you to work with us as we endeavor to make the coming year even better. We 
will also have two new members serving on the committee; Blanche Casey of Piney 
Grove Church and Marjorie Garris of Bear Marsh. 

Our opportunities are growing! Our happiness too! Join Us! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Eunice Newkirk, Chairman 



Literacy Ministries Committee Report 

The highlight of the year for literacy was the mission trip to New York. Four team 
members were prepared and ready to help internationals with English as a Second 
Language. These four: Rev. Coleman Thomas, Sylvia Vestal, Lina Howard and Flor- 
ence Hoover helped six persons to better understand some English. These could speak 
some English but they wanted to know about slang and idioms that we use in the English 
language. Two wanted to be more fluent. We ministered to four women: Mussarat 
Choudhry from Pakistan, Chanda Bhakat, Himinsu Gufta, Dolly Singh, all three from 
India, and two men - Ghulam Saddig from Afghanistan and Johary from Madagascar 
and France. These were all very special people. 

Other work is being carried on and we hope that as the need is presented that some- 
one will be able to help with this important ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Florence Hoover 

Deaf Ministries Committee Report 

The Poston Deaf Mission is growing and doing well. A service for the deaf was be- 
gun at Mount Vernon, but was discontinued due to lack of interpreters. 

There is a great need for workers with the deaf all over our state. My prayer is that 
God will call more people to learn the sign language and work with the deaf. 

A revival is planned at Poston Deaf Mission - November 11-12 and 13. The speaker 
will be Rev. Cliff Tolosa, First Baptist Church for the Deaf, Hickory, North Carolina. 
The Annual Banquet will be Saturday, November 12 at 6 P.M. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Boney 



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Poston Deaf Mission 

The Poston Deaf Mission has had a good year. Lisa Corso, Deaf Minister, resigned 
November 1993. Services were continued with the pastor, Todd Horton, preachinq 
at the 10 A.M. service with Ben Milliard and Alma Stoddart interpreting 

The Thanksgiving banquet was held November 20, 1993 with 88 people attending 
Speaker Jeff Brewer from Morganton surprised his girl friend by proposinq to her at 
the end of the service. 

In n^d-February, Clessie Worley and wife Thil began working with the mission He 
leads the 10 A.M. worship and teaches a Bible study on Wednesday night with an 
interpreter. The Sunday School Class is taught by Jo Wise, a member of the mission 

Clessie and Thil are making every effort to master the sign language. On Sunday 
afternoon during Discipleship Training, Alma Stoddart is teaching a class using the book 
Jo^ of Signing Members attend the class and are helping them use conversational lan- 
guage. 1 hey also attended a sign language class taught by Ben Milliard through James 
Sprunt Community College. 

The Mission traveled to the Cliffs of Neuse April 23 and enjoyed a cookout Twenty- 
two people attended. 

Eight people attended T.I.C. at Caraway on May 13-14-15 

On June 25 a cookout was held at the church with 22 people in attendance. A game 
ot volley ball was enjoyed. 

On June 12, the church called Clessie as Interim Pastor for the Mission 

On August 27 nine people traveled to Morganton to attend the wedding of Linwood 
Maready and Leona Fletcher. The ceremony was performed in Chapel for the Deaf 
at the North Carolina School for the Deaf. 

Plans are being made for a revival November 11-12 and 13 with Rev Cliff Tolosa 
Pastor, First Baptist Church for the Deaf, Mickory . The revival will close Sunday, Novem^ 
ber 13 with the observance of Deaf Appreciation Day and Clessie will be the speaker 
We encourage both hearing and deaf to attend. 

Mary Boney, Chairman, Deaf Committee 
Poston Baptist Church 

Church Extension Ministries Report 

The Church Extension Ministries Committee has focused since 1990 on planting a 
mission in a developing area of Mount Olive. Mount Olive First Baptist Church agreed 
to co-sponsor this new work with Eastern Baptist Association. Rev. Coleman Thomas 
becanae chairman in October, 1993. With Rev. Danny Johnson serving as part-iime 
church planter until March 1994, many visits and contacts were made with Mount Olive 
residents not involved in any church. Rev. Johnson conducted a weekly luncheon 
and members from the Mount Olive First Baptist Church held anoutreach Bible study' 
Unfortunately, lack of interest and response to the effort led workers to reassess feasi- 
bility of continuing the effort. In February 1994 the Extension Committee and the Mis- 
sion Advisory Committee of Mount Olive FBC reluctantly voted to discontinue the work 
and to terminate the church planter position. The Committee and the Council are avail- 
able to revisit mission opportunities in the Mount Olive area. 

Amy Mathis, Acting Chair 
Church Extension Ministries 

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Language Missions Committee Report 

The Language Missions Committee was formed to coordinate mission work among 
non-English speaking people in the Association and to provide a vehicle for close com- 
munication among the mission pastors, sponsoring churches and the Association staff. 
Currently the three Hispanic missions are strong, and there is potential to reach even 
more people. The Committee offers assistance to churches interested in starting lan- 
guage missions. Rose Hill and Wallace churches have agreed to co-sponsor an Hispanic 
mission in their area this year. 

Amy Mathis, Acting Chair 

Seasonal Farmworkers' Ministry Committee Report 

This year, the numbers of seasonal farmworkers in the Association's area have con- 
tinued to grow. Through the dedication and Christian love of many volunteers, both 
Hispanic and Anglo, these new neighbors have had a chance to hear and respond 
to the gospel in ways that they can understand. 

Our summer missionaries this year, Roberto Medel and Josue Hernandez, are semi- 
nary students from Guadalajara, Mexico. They worked together with our three Hispanic 
mission churches to conduct Bible studies in 3 migrant camps, and the two students 
also conducted Bible studies in Chinquapin and Rose Hill that reached more 
permanently-settled Hispanic people. They also shared the work with 5 volunteer mis- 
sion groups that came from North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama, doing 
Backyard Bible Clubs, programs at the North Duplin and Hobbton summer schools, 
cookouts, and simply spending time with migrant workers and listening to their con- 
cerns. Roberto and Josue distributed about 200 Spanish Bibles and reported over 50 
decisions to accept Christ as Savior. In one of the migrant camps, there were two 
Guatemalan pastors who agreed to continue leading the Bible study after missionaries 
left. 

As of the time of this writing, Seasonal Farmworkers' chairman Wayne Wilson has 
resigned, so we are looking for a new leader to help coordinate this exciting work for 
next year. Increasingly, the seasonal farmworkers' ministry is hard to separate from 
the work of the Hispanic missions, since there are so many Hispanics who choose to 
stay in North Carolina and get long-term employment. Also, there are more black and 
Haitian migrants than before, so this is also a challenge for future ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Amy Mathis, Mission Ministry Director 

Mision Bautista Hispana Getsemani 
(Hispanic Mission, Warsaw Baptist Church) 

The Mission's first pastor, Rev. Catalino Manon, started in June 1994. The Mission 
celebrated their first anniversary on July 17, 1994. Following is Rev. Manon's report 
of the work carried out from June through September 1994: 

In June we started Bible studies in the congregation, since before I came the services 
only consisted of preaching. We also have a prayer meeting, where there might be 
only 5 to 7 people present but thanks to God the attendance has grown to an average 
of 13-18 weekly. The music ministry has greatly improved each day, and the Bible 

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studies average about 18-23 people each time. 

The members have been active in visitation within the Warsaw Hispanic communi- 
ty, as well as witnessing in their workplaces and inviting the people to attend the Mis- 
sion. Thanks to God, we have home Bible studies where people have responded greatly. 
Our goal is that these people accept Christ as their personal Savior and unite with a 
congregation as members. 

Another ministry of Getsemani is carrying out Bible studies in the Duplin County 
Jail in Kenansville. Thanks to God, three persons have accepted Christ as Savior while 
in jail. We also offer counseling to these people as part of the jail ministry. 

Inside the Mission building, Sunday School classrooms have been built and other 
improvement projects are going on. 

The membership has increased and we hope in the Lord that it will grow even more. 
The desires and goals of Mision Getsemani are to reach the greatest number of people 
possible for Christ and that the Mission can become a church. In our worship on Satur- 
day nights and Sunday afternoons, the attendance varies from 18 to 30; in each serv- 
ice we celebrate in Christ's name and serve Him with gladness. May God bless you 
and may you always go forward with Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Catalino Manon, Mission Pastor 

Mision Bautista Monte Olivo 
(Hispanic Mission, Mount Olive First Baptist Church) 

The Mission has continued to reach many Hispanics in the Mount Olive area, and 
to disciple them as they grow in Christ. The Mission meets for worship on Saturday 
nights and Sunday mornings, and has a prayer meeting on Wednesdays. This year, 
the Mission has started a Brotherhood group, and the youth group is also growing. 
Pastor Vicente Rangel and one church member, at the time of this writing, are taking 
seminary extension courses. Music practice is held on Tuesday and Friday evenings. 
The pastor and members actively visit prospects in their homes, and conduct a grow- 
ing video ministry to introduce people to the gospel. Since Hispanic people in this area 
have so many needs, Vicente *and other members often assist people in transportation 
to go to the doctor, to get their American driver's license, and other errands. In the 
future, they hope to start English as a Second Language classes. 

Good news - the Mission will soon be able to buy the land that the building is on. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Vicente Rangel, Mission Pastor 

Maranatha Hispanic Baptist Mission 
(Clinton, First Baptist Church) 

Let's thank God for His rich blessings throughout 1994. This year we've had many 
professions of faith in Christ as Savior and Lord. Eight people were dipped in the bap- 
tismal waters, and we were able to work together with the New South River Associa- 
tion to help organize a new Hispanic Mission in Mingo, 14 miles north of Clinton. 

During the summer, the Eastern Baptist Association hired two Mexican students as 
missionaries, and our Clinton Mission worked together with them in the summer ministry 

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to the area's seasonal farmworkers. 

The First Baptist Church, Clinton, has greatly helped us, morally and spiritually this 
year. With their efforts and economic resources, they helped us in finishing our new 
worship sanctuary in the City of Clinton. We sincerely thank God for these blessings 
we've received from the Association and especially from our mother church, for their 
help and prayers. To God be the glory! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Israel Tapia, Hispanic Mission Pastor 

Church Contributions to Associational Missions 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Albertson 

Alum Springs 

Bear Marsh 

Beulah 

Brown 

Calvary 

Calypso 

Center 

Clinton, FBC 

Hispanic Ms-C 

Concord 

Corinth 

Dobson Chapel 

Evergreen 

Faison 

Garland 

Garner's Chapel 

Grove Park 

Hickory Grove 

Immanuel 

Ingold 

Island Creek 

Johnson 

Kenansville 

Magnolia 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Olive, FBC 

Hispanic Ms-MO 

Mount Vernon 

New Hope 

Peace 

Piney Grove 

Poplar Grove 

Poston I 

Rose Hill 



1992 1993 



Nine Months Ending 



1,021.48 


979.53 


720.01 


900.00 


550.00 


650.00 


1,033.34 


968.68 


225.00 


190.00 


2,494.80 


1,775.57 


840.00 


870.00 


480.00 


800.00 


9,313.28 


7,626.12 








947.69 


951.44 


3,351.00 


3,392.85 


2,173.42 


2,432.76 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


1,294.00 


1,559.85 


2,352.78 


2,747.50 


800.00 


1,000.00 


4,469.47 


4,591.13 


1,100.00 


1,100.00 


3,334.08 


3,280.19 


390.00 


804.72 


900.00 


900.00 


1,924.58 


2,274.18 


5,220.69 


5,527.90 


670.31 


699.98 


2,934.80 


3,124.18 


9,560.54 


7,827.12 


853.98 


1,140.90 


3,717.10 


4,034.29 


600.00 


.. 900.00 


814.47 


874.51 


, 450.00 


750.00 


480.00 


480.00 


4,289.49 


4,537.65 


2,070.00 


1,500.00 



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1,629.00 


1,683.20 


1,181.00 


1,366.00 


1,200.00 


1,333.32 


1,902.23 


500.00 


3,586.83 


90.00 


1,266.56 


900.00 


$71,629.55 



Rowan 1,437.41 2,230.50 

Serenity (Established in 1993) 591.08 

Sharon 1,982.50 2,362.00 

Shiloh 1,779.00 1,781.00 

Siloam 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Teachey 1,833.31 1,999.84 

Turkey 1,822.78 1,970.11 

Union Grove 600.00 570.00 

Warsaw 5,414.96 5,487.09 
Hispanic Ms-W (Established in 1994) 

Wells Chapel 1,782.60 1,871.49 

White Oak 900.00 '900 00 

TOTALS $91,128.86 $93,154.16 

1995 Anticipated Income 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
January 1 - December 31, 1994 & 1995 

1994 1995 

Churches, Regular Contributions 
Churches - EBA Minutes 
Baptist State Convention 

Cooperative Agreements 
Copier Fees 
Interest Revenue 
Churches - Special Gifts 
Individuals - Special Gifts 
Sales Tax Refund 
Hunger & Emergency funds 
Other Receipts 
State Missions Offering 
Herman Coker Trust Fund 
John Flake Trust Fund 
TOTAL REVENUES-ANTICIPATED INCOME 



World Missions Conference 

Clinton Hispanic Mission 

Mount Olive Anglo Mission 

1994 Cooperative Agreements 
To be provided through the 
State Baptist Convention 

Missions Ministries Staff Salary 

Hispanic, Mt. Olive 

Hispanic, Clinton 

Hispanic, Warsaw 

Summer Missionaries 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries 

Deaf Mission, Poston 



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$ 102,010 


$ 106,000 


1,500 





20,850 


24,550 


150 


150 


800 


800 


2,000 


2,000 


500 


500 


400 


400 


1,200 


1,200 


1,500 


1,500 


100 


100 


250 


250 


$ 131,260 


$ 137,450 


nated Funds 




$ 1,200 


$ 


16,680 








11,688 


9,500 


9,000 


4,800 


4,000 


3,000 


2,000 





6,000 


2,000 


2,000 


800 


800 


750 


750 



$ 20,850 $ 24,550 



1995 Budget 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

As recommended by the Stewardship Committee and approved by the Eastern Baptist 
Association on October 25, 1994. 

Expenditures - Anticipated 

January - December 1995 

ADMINISTRATION 1994 1995 



PERSONNEL 
DOM Salary 
DOM Housing 
DOM Annuity 
DOM SS Offset 
MMD Salary 
MMD Annuity 
Secretary Salary 



SS MMD 

Secretary Conferences 



15,545 $ 17,500 

11,000 11,000 

3,780 3,780 

2,535 2,180 

19,215 19,800 

3,135 3,135 

10,585 11,500 

65,795 68,895 



STAFF SUPPORT 
DOM Insurance 
DOM Travel 

MMD Travel ^^^ 

DOM Conference & Conventions ; 1,000 1,UUU 



6,550 6,550 

4,575 4,800 

4,200 4,200 



MMD Conference & Conventions 

SS Secretary ^^)! , ^"iT^ 

QQMMH 1,470 1,515 



350 350 

810 880 



100 100 



19,055 



OFFICE EXPENSE 

Repairs ^^^ 

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Supplies _ . , 2,000 

Printing 1-°^^ 

Postage „ 2,000 

Telephone ^'4^0 

Equipment Purchases 2,000 

Association Minutes ^'^?)?) 

Buildinq & Grounds Maintenance 3,500 

Sales Tax 400 

Clerk Supplies -^ ^ i6,225 

MISSIONS ^ ^^ 

Christian Social Ministries 5U 

Baptist Student Union 200 

Hispanic, Clinton 4,000 

Hispanic, Mt. Olive ^ ^'^^^ 
Hispanic, Warsaw 
Deaf Mission, Poston 





900 

14,150 



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Amounts received are expended 
Hunger Fund 
Emergency Fund 

SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 

S^^^^ies 3,000 3,000 

PICA 230 230 

'^^^^^^ 1,700 2 050 

Meals 800 'SOO 

Housing 500 500 

Speakers 400 50 

Supplies 300 300 

Film Rental 70 70 

Miscellaneous 200 200 

7;200 

600 

800 

600 

65 



550 



25 

475 

700 

3,815 

975 

1,150 

1,900 

500 

200 

1,500 

500 

50 

50 

250 

5,025 7,075 

FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES 

Ministers Conferences 100 100 

Ministers Wives Conferences 50 50 

Annual Meeting 400 400 

550 550 
MISCELLANEOUS 

Miscellaneous 300 300 

TOTAL BUDGET $ 130,950 $ 143,705 



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7,200 


OTHER MINISTRIES 




Literacy Ministries 


600 


Senior Adult Ministries 


750 


Mentally Handicapped Ministries 


600 


Missions Development Training 


225 


Chaplaincy Ministries 


25 


Interfaith Witness Ministries 


300 


Missions Development Council 


25 


Church Extension Ministries 


25 


Resort & Leisure Ministries 


100 


Medical Dental Van 





CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 


2,650 


Sunday School 


975 


Discipleship Training 


1,150 


WMU 


1,450 


Brotherhood 


500 


Music 


200 


Evangelism 


400 


Media Library 


250 


Seminary Extension 


50 


Orientation Committee 


50 


Key Leadership Training 






Balance Sheet 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
All Funds & Depts. as of 09/30/94 

ASSETS 

CASH & CASH INVESTMENTS 

General Fund Checking $ 23,745.08 

Cash Investments $ 22,228.81 

Reserve Funds $ 14,600.29 

TOTAL CASH & CASH INVESTMENTS $ 60,574.18 

TOTAL ASSETS $ 60,574.18 

LIABILITIES, FUND PRINCIPAL & DESIGNATED FUNDS 

LIABILITIES 
Payroll Taxes Payable $ 1,199.18 

TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 1,199.18 

FUND BALANCES 

Reserve Funds $ 15,707.06 

General Fund Beginning $ 62,357.46 

EXCESS CASH RECD YTD $ 18,689.52 - 

TOTAL FUND BALANCES $ 59,375.00 

TOTAL LIABILITIES, FUND PRINCIPAL & DESIGNATED FUNDS $ 60,574.18 



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Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Association 

5 2000 



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1st Day 


* Island Creek 




White Oak 




Dobson's Chp. 


2nd Day 


*Poston 


2nd Day 


* Grove Park 




Wells Chapel 




Brown 


1996 




2001 




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1st Day 


Clinton, First 




Calvary 


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2nd Day 


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Concord 




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Johnson 




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2002 




1997 




1st Day 


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1st Day 


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2nd Day 


*Mt. Gilead 




Teachey 




Union Grove 


2nd Day 


*Kenansville 


2003 






Albertson 


1st Day 


*Siloam 


1998 






Evergreen 


1st Day 


Rose Hill 


2nd Day 


* Turkey 


2nd Day 


*Immanuel 




Beulah 




Hickory Grove 




New Hope 


1999 




2004 




1st Day 


*Faison 


1st Day 


*Piney Grove 




Calypso 




Mount Vernon 




Poplar Grove 


2nd Day 


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The 1994 Minute Book 

of the 

Eastern Baptist Association 

is concluded with the following 

Statistical Tables 

for your further information 

• and reference. 

Table A - Church Membership and Other Information 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table C - Discipleship Training 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union and Brotherhood 

Table F - Financial Information 

Table G - Mission Expenditures 

Table H - Special Items 

Table I - Mission Information 



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TABLE A CHURCH 
MEMBERSHIP & 




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4 


5 


6 


6a 


6b 


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6 


OTHER INFO. 

Eastern 

North Carolina 

Year Ending: Sept. 30, 

1994 


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ALBERTSON 

ALUM SPRINGS 

BEAR MARSH 

BEULAH 

BROWN 

CALVARY 

CALYPSO 

CENTER 

CLINTON, FIRST 

CONCORD 


Duplin 
Dupl in 
Dupl in 
Duplin 
Sampson 
Duplin 
Duplin 
Sampson 
Sampson 
Duplin 


1916 
1902 
1763 
1793 
1778 
1950 
1908 
1905 
1854 
1825 


Y 
Y 
Y 

Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 


1986 
1993 
1993 

1986 
1990 
1989 
1986 
1994 
1987 


2 

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1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
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5 
1 





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9 
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2 





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DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNER'S CHAP. 
GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
IMMANUEL 
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Duplin 
Duplin 
Sampson 
Dupl in 
Sampson 
Duplin 
Sdiiipbon 
Sampson 
Sampson 
Sampson 


1853 
1864 
1843 
1885 
1867 
1926 
1954 
1889 
1956 
1925 


Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
N 


1992 
I99I 
1993 
1992 
1993 
1992 
1992 
1986 
1988 


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3 
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4 
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ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 
MAGNOLIA 
MISS. MONTE OLIVO 
MT. GILEAD 
MT. OLIVE, 1ST 
MT. VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 


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Dupli 
Dupli 
Dupli 
Dupli 
Sampsc 
Wayne 
Sampsc 
Sampsc 
Dupli 


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n 
n 
n 
n 
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1795 
1837 
1835 
1990 
1934 
1863 
1910 
1817 
1989 


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N 
Y 
Y 
Y 
Y 
N 
Y 
Y 
Y 


1988 

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1990 
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1993 
1991 


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1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
3 






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3 
6 
3 
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2 
2 






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POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SERENITY 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SILOAM 

TEACHEY 


Sampson 
Sampson 
Dupl in 
Dupl in 
Sampson 
Sampson 
Dupl in 
Dupl in 
Sampson 
Dupl in 


1844 
1880 
1958 
1900 
1749 
1992 
1860 
1940 
1887 
1885 


N 
Y 
Y 
N 
Y 
N 
Y 
Y 
Y 
N 


1993 
1993 

1994 

L987 
1994 
1984 


1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 




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4 
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WELLS CHAPEL 
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TOTALS 


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Sampsc 

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Sampsc 

Sampsc 


Dn 
Dn 
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DP 

Dn 


1908 
1915 
1856 
1756 
1847 


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Y 
Y 
Y 

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1984 
1994 
1991 
1985 
1994 


2 
1 
4 
1 
1 




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3 


156 








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18 


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288 


213 


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119 


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146 


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1 


3 


153 


133 


2Q 





2 











2 


3 


225 


173 


52 





1 











1 


5 


186 


83 


103 








1 








Z 


12 


673 


538 


135 








1 











5 


268 


166 


102 


1 


1 











4 


7 


152 


92 


60 








38 


20 


3 


146 


282 


11,415 


8,575 


2,840 


226 


27 



-59- 



-60- 



TABLE B SUNDAY SCHOOL 


12 


12a 


12b 


12c 


I2d 


12e 


12f 


i2g 


Eastern 
North Carolina 


W c 


2S 


IS 

1^ 


If 

o 2 




ip 


c 
<]> 

22 

C TO 




Year Ending: Sept. 30, 1994 


CO 

S 


lU CJ 

If 

II 


o o 

CO -C 

a. m 


i ? 

LU 5 
C en 

1 1 

O ^ 


n 

CM 


fo| 


> 


1? 

UJ(£) 

■o2- 




CHURCHES 








CD 


"-" 








ALBERTSON 


41 


1 


2 


4 


2 


6 


4 


15 


ALUM SPRINGS 


65 





8 


8 


11 


5 


9 


16 


BEAR MARSH 


160 





19 


27 


15 


7 


6 


52 


BEULAH 


























BROWN 


78 





5 


14 


8 


2 


4 


34 


CALVARY 


127 


2 


12 


8 


9 


7 


11 


26 


CALYPSO 


85 





6 


16 


13 








21 


CENTER 


52 


1 


4 


5 


7 





12 


19 


CLINTON, FIRST 


688 





48 


74 


55 


36 


31 


214 


CONCORD 


75 





15 


18 


11 





13 


7 


CORINTH 


136 





11 


15 


19 


3 


14 


35 


DOBSON CHAPEL 


100 





15 


15 


5 


11 


9 


10 


EVERGREEN 


78 


7 


6 


13 


7 


5 


7 


18 


FAISON 


48 





5 


4 





2 


4 


19 


GARLAND 


118 





5 


18 


19 


7 


19 


29 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 


60 





5 


5 


9 





10 


15 


GROVE PARK 


491 





33 


62 


52 


38 


41 


220 


HICKORY GROVE 


139 





14 


9 


17 


17 


10 


36 


IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 


'^7 






''i 


'\ 


H 


6 
5 


6 



67 
30 


ISLAND CREEK 


141 


3 


1 


7 


16 


3 


24 


17 


JOHNSON 


52 














10 


3 


2 


KENANSVILLE 


242 





48 


45 


21 


15 


44 


43 


MAGNOLIA 


48 





3 





9 








11 


MISS. MONTE OLIVO 


113 





21 


14 


5 


12 


5 


45 


MT. GILEAD 


234 





26 


22 


22 


11 


29 


93 


MT. OLIVE, FIRST 


423 





34 


43 


36 


45 


46 


80 


MT. VERNON 


177 


11 


17 


23 


23 


19 


22 


23 


NEW HOPE 


34 





2 


1 


1 





4 


8 


PEACE 


68 





4 


11 


4 


14 


7 


if 


PINEY GROVE 


112 


1 


10 


13 


12 


5 


8 


41 


POPLAR GROVE 


36 








6 








2 


16 


POSTON 


345 





23 


41 


48 


47 


33 


76 


ROSE HILL 


183 





14 


32 


15 


4 


24 


18 


ROWAN 


171 


9 


19 


19 


19 


19 


31 





SERENITY -^ 


64 





8 


10 


9 


8 


6 


20 


SHARON 


104 


2 


7 


13 


10 





22 


34 


SHILOH 


118 


b 


10 


19 


20 





14 


15 


SI LOAM 


78 





5 


4 


5 


2 


19 


20 


TEACHEY 


82 





17 


5 


6 


D 


13 


25 


TURKEY 


120 





19 


20 


9 


15 


14 


16 


UNION GROVE 


70 





8 


13 


3 


10 


5 


21 


WARSAW 


279 


10 


9 


27 


17 


8 


26 


25 


WELLS CHAPEL 


130 





17 


6 


14 


8 


10 


20 


WHITE OAK 


88 





6 


10 


7 


8 


12 


21 


TOTALS 


6,285 


47 


564 


740 


617 


420 


633 


1,58-9 



2h 


12i 


12j 


12k 


121 


12m 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


i 

h 
- > 


1- 
■oE 
.2 c 

r 


1 

c 
LLI 

1 


c 

s 

1 

LU 

3 


Si 

ml 
o c 

O 


0) 

s 

f 

6 
1 

6 


C/3 CO 

i 

< 




(D 


05 

w 

CO 


1 

_ >> 

CO is 

>< 

re 


o 
o 

CO 
in 

c 
g 

> 


O 

1 

CD 
■o 


4 











3 





23 




















6 











2 





40 





5 








51 





31 











3 





93 














81 


22 









































8 











3 





35 


4 


2 


2 





40 





12 


9 


28 





3 





70 


24 





7 





80 





29 

















48 


26 











85 














2 


2 





30 


2 





5 





56 





95 


20 





4 


11 





334 





15 








168 





7 











4 





46 


3 





n 





95 


n 


36 











3 





77 


3 


3 


15 





56 





19 


13 








3 





56 


2 


1 








63 





12 











3 





44 


3 


3 








76 





14 

















31 


2 











63 





16 











5 





66 


6 


2 


3 





78 





13 











3 





42 





2 


6 





43 





41 











4 





193 


29 


36 


84 





161 





33 











3 





54 


6 


6 


15 





38 





?7 
10 








8 


5 





84 


12 


5 


11 





49 














3 


n 


.?.^ 


n 


? 


4 


n 


3^ 


n 


IS 





5 





7 


24 


41 


1 





3 





28 





16 


9 








2 





27 


7 


3 


3 





37 





12 











4 





117 


42 


8 


6 





168 


27 


13 











2 





28 





2 








55 





2 











9 





64 


52 





2 


6 





17 


L8 








7 


6 





118 


13 


7 


15 





82 





15 








8 


6 





139 


6 


3 


19 





104 





17 








5 


7 





85 


5 


3 


14 





94 





L2 











6 





20 




















1 











1 





?? 


3 


1 


in 


n 


n 


n 


9 











3 





65 





2 








80 





8 








2 


2 





24 


2 


2 


2 





21 





1 


22 








4 





119 


13 


4 


36 





177 





8 











8 





115 


8 


4 


30 





100 





1 








10 


4 





83 


27 











100 


16 


3 

















29 


7 


2 


4 





53 


10 


3 











3 





73 


13 


2 








75 





7 











3 





65 


3 


2 


7 





67 


~ 


6 








2 


5 





30 





4 


4 





53 





^ 








^ 


4 


__!} 


55 


2 


? 








37_ 





17 








5 


5 





73 


3 


5 


3 


2 


90 





7 











3 





63 


3 











38 





34 








21 


2 





112 


9 


3 


8 





72 





^6 











3 


6 


70 


6 


7 








55 





L9 











5 





60 


2 


4 


6 





25 





98 


73 


33 


74 


167 


30 


3,096 


349 


152 


324 


8 


2,929 


92 



-61- 



-62- 















TABLE C DISCIPLESHIP 
TRAINING 


20 


20a 


20b 


20c 


20d 


Eastern 


§ 


c ^ 


S" 


^ 




North Carolina 

Year Ending: Sept. 30, 1994 


Total Discipleship 

Training 
rollment/Participati 


ll 

2 m 




- o 

o o> 

n 


3 00 


CHURCHES 


111 


Q- "" 


CD 


C\J 




ALBERTSON 














0' 


ALUM SPRINGS 

















BEAR MARSH 

















BEULAH 

















BROWN 

















CALVARY 

















CALYPSO 


30 





10 


8 


12 


CENTER 

















CLINTON, FIRST 


15 














CONCORD 


28 


4 


4 


3 


14 


CORINTH 

















DOBSON CHAPEL 


38 














EVERGREEN 


5 











5 


FAISON 

















GARLAND 


33 





3 


13 


15 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 














0: 


GROVE PARK 


61 








12 


12 


HICKORY GROVE 


18 














IMMANUEL 


56 


8 


12 


13 





INGOLD 

















ISLAND CREEK 














0^ 


JOHNSON 

















KENANSVILLE 


225 








24 


55 


MAGNOLIA 

















MISSION MONTE OLFVO 


15 











5 


MT. GILEAD 


4 














MT. OLIVE, FIRST 


82 


6 


18 


16 





MT. VERNON 


22 











0] 


NEW HOPE 














Q] 


PEACE 


29 











Ui 


PINEY GROVE 


30 











25j 


POPLAR GROVE 














01 


POSTON 


80 


4 


15 


19 


35 


ROSE HILL 


20 





19 








ROWAN 


53 


2 


16 


5 


17 


SERENITY 

















SHARON 


46 








10 


13 


SHILOH 

















SI LOAM 

















TEACHEY 














Q 


TURKEY 


18 


8 


5 


1 





UNION GROVE 


7 








5 


2 


WARSAW 


11 














WELLS CHAPEL 


63 


2 





5 


23 


WHITE OAK 

















TOTALS 


989 


34 


102 


134 


244 





20f 


20g 


20h 


20i 


20j 


20k 


21 














O) 


.0- 






>« 








.E 


^ 






If 

6^ 


1 

1 


Q. 

5 


LU 


LU 


CO 
.9- 

Q. 


^ c 




§ 








—1 


Q 


8,1 




i 


s 








6 


r 







































































































































































23 


























3 

















12 


12 


2 


1 

















10 


























1 


6 


4 











27 


24 























5 


























2 




















15 


























1 


30 














6 


30 


1 


2 


15 














12 


1 


2 


6 


10 


4 








19 


_0_ 







































































1 


6 


12 





5 





122 


45 


























2 





8 














13 


1 


3 

















3 


2 








40 











56 


1 


1 


20 














15 


























-2_ 


5 





n 


11 


n 


n 


R 




















5 


20 


























3 

















4 


41 


1 




















12 


3 








4 








6 


10 


























3 

















20 


16 





















































Q 


^Q 


D 





Q 


Q 





4 












































18 


1 




















5 


3 

















10 


10 








30 














20 


m 


56 


95 


54 


20 





212 


442 



-63- 



-64- 



TABLE D MUSIC MINISTRY 


22 


22a 


22b 


22c 


Eastern 








.— CO 




>N 


■H 


c 


^ -^ 


North Carolina 




E 


iij 


is 


Year Ending: Sept. 30, 1994 


11 

o E 


LU 1- 


1! 

U-i m 


ll 




11 


_ CO 
O O 


— 0) 


y> o 




15 

S 
o 


o 2- 


a. 


C (A 

^ 1 

§1 


^'^"^^^^'^ 


CHURCHES 










ALBERTSON 













ALUM SPRINGS 


30 










BEAR MARSH 


60 





6 




BEULAH 













BROWN 


21 










CALVARY 


20 










CALYPSO 


17 










CENTER 


12 










CLINTON, FIRST 


203 


26 





3 


CONCORD 


20 










CORINTH 


22 










DOBSON, CHAPEL 


37 








1 


EVERGREEN 


29 










FAISON 


12 





b 




GARLAND 


40 





2 




GARNER'S CHAPEL 


27 










GROVE PARK 


93 








1 


HICKORY GROVE 


20 










IMMANUEL 


59 


3 


5 




INGOLD 













ISLAND CREEK 


15 










JOHNSON 


13 










KENANSVILLE 


90 


5 


20 


Z 


MAGNOLIA 


21 










MISS. MONTE OLIVO 


5 










MT. GILEAD 


61 





6 


1 


MT. OLIVE, FIRST 


85 





5 


1 


MT. VERNON 


51 








1 


NEW HOPE 













PEACE 


7 










PINEY GROVE 


30 





6 




POPLAR GROVE 


10 










POSTON 


31 










ROSE HILL 


24 










ROWAN 


10 










SERENITY 


30 










SHARON 


58 


2 


6 




SHILOH 


17 










SI LOAM 


23 





3 




TEACHEY 


31 


3 


3 


. 


TURKEY 


34 


3 


6 




UNION GROVE 


42 


4 


4 




WARSAW 


79 










WELLS CHAPEL 


17 










WHITE OAK 


20 










TOTALS 


1,526 


46 


74 


1 



i 


22e 


22f 


22g 


- 

22h 


22i 


22j 


^ 


cvT 












■ 


^ t^ 






c 








ll 


if 


1 


o 


E c 


E 

05 ^ 


7> 

> 


O 05 


o ° 

11 


II 

< o 


c 

HI 


Q 05 

II 


1 ° 




u 


3 00 


<D 
CO 


c 

CO 


p 


E ^ 




■>- 






I 




Xn 




C\l 










c 




^ 




































8 


18 








4 





10 


8 


25 








6 





























3 


18 




















20 




















17 




















12 














29 


16 


46 





41 


4 


8 


1 


1 


18 




















22 














3 


4 


20 














3 


7 


10 














3 








9 











3 


15 


2 


14 











3 


11 


13 














20 


15 


43 




















18 


2 











8 


13 


20 








6 
































15 




















13 














16 


8 


20 

















2 


13 








4 























5 


8 


7 


17 








10 





10 





27 





29 








12 


12 


17 



































1 





4 




















18 




















8 


2 











4 








21 














2 


22 




















10 














LO 


16 




















18 


26 




















17 

















2 


15 























15 








4 


5 


2 


16 














6 


8 


15 














6 


15 


28 








25 








1 


14 








2 








1 


19 














61 


195 


656 


63 


70 


61 


17 



-65- 



-66- 

















TABLE E WOMAN'S 
MISSIONARY UNION & 


23 


23a 


23b 1 


23c 


23d 


2 


BROTHERHOOD 


WML) 


Eastern 






,„ 








North Carolina 

Year Ending: Sept. 30, 1994 


2 c 

SI 
11 


if? 
c ra 

is 
it 


Girls in Actions 
1 1 years or grade; 
1-6) 


Acteens 

(12-17 years or 

grades 7-12) 


ill 


1 




CHURCHES 




in 


CD 




m m 1 




ALBERTSON 



















ALUM SPRINGS 


20 





5 





3 




BEAR MARSH 


54 


7 


5 


6 







BEULAH 



















BROWN 


18 
















CALVARY 



















CALYPSO 


9 
















CENTER 


9 
















CLINTON, FIRST 


171 


14 


14 


15 





1 


CONCORD 


38 


6 


13 










CORINTH 


21 





6 










DOBSON CHAPEL 


21 








8 







EVERGREEN 


22 


3 


4 


3 







FAISON 


9 
















GARLAND 


40 











15 




GARNER'S CHAPEL 


35 


5 


4 


9 


2 




GROVE PARK 


98 


10 


20 


10 


20 




HICKORY GROVE 


15 
















IMMANUEL 


35 


8 





5 







INGOLD 


11 
















ISLAND CREEK 


17 














JOHNSON 


21 
















KENANSVILLE 


74 


22 


17 





12 




MANGOLIA 


29 
















MISS. MONTE OLIVO 



















MT. GILEAD 


57 


15 


17 


6 


10 




MT. OLIVE, FIRST 


87 


7 


12 


4 







MT. VERNON 


42 


11 


10 


4 







NEW HOPE 


13 
















PEACE 

















-A 


PINEY GROVE 


41 





12 








' 


POPLAR GROVE 


20 
















POSTON 


87 


3 


7 


4 


10 




ROSE HILL 


113 


15 


9 





17 




ROWAN 


44 





7 





20 




SERENITY 


9 
















SHARON 


38 


6 





5 







SHILOH 


31 


5 


14 










SI LOAM 


3^ 


7 





a 


a 




TEACHEY 


32 


7 








7 


TURKEY 


42 


12 


9 


3 


3 




UNION GROVE 


12 
















WARSAW 


116 


6 


27 


10 







WELLS CHAPEL 


40 


4 


3 


5 







WHITE OAK 


28 


8 


5 










TOTALS 


1,655 


181 


220 


97 


127 


! 



3f 


24 


1 24a 


1 24b 


24c 


1 24d 


24e 


24f 


1 24g 


24h 








Brotherhood 


) 

> 


.1 
o c. 

II 
If 

UJ 


CO J= '^ 

'It 




(0 2 °^ 
05 <P r^ 

-"a- X5 
CL V 2 


CD 0) O) 




ll 

II 


■ll 
If 

2 


1 ^ 

If 
II 


~0 





























2 


10 





6 


2 





2 











2 


10 


5 


3 














2 



































2 


10 

















10 






































1 





























2 





























8 


63 


9 


4 


5 








35 


10 





-1- 


15 


4 


5 


n 








6 








2 





























2 


48 


4 


4 


4 





4 


10 


14 


8 





18 


4 





2 








12 








1 


10 

















10 








5 


11 

















11 








5 


7 





2 


5 

















8 


31 


5 


6 


6 








14 








2 





























4 


29 


3 


5 


5 








12 


4 





JL 


16 











n 


n 


Ifi 


n 


n 





16 

















16 





U — 




6 


20 




















15 


5 


5 


26 


9 


11 














4 


2 






























































1 


43 


6 


6 





4 





14 


13 





5 


80 


8 


6 











22 


22 


22 


1 


11 


5 


6 




















5 





























o_ 





























3 





























4 





























5 


41 





6 


6 


3 


4 


22 








2 





























6 


18 


2 


2 


2 








12 








3 





























5 


11 





10 

















1 


2 





























7_ 


17 








Q 





4, 


13 


Q 





5 



























7 


3 


31 


4 


5 


2 








13 





2 
5 


15 

















15 




































1 


19 


2 


4 











13 





3 





























8 


626 


70 


91 


39 


7 


14 


276 


84 


45 



■67- 



-68- 















TABLE F FINANCIAL 


27 


27a 


27b 


27c 


28 


INFORMATIUN 

Eastern 




</)" 


1 




1 


North Carolina 


1 


O) o 

T3 0) 


1 


.1 




Year Ending: Sept. 30, 1994 


01 

1 


If 
0) CD 

■o O 


U 
s 

ro 
c 
g> 


< 


O 


CHURCHES 






S 






ALBERTSON 


27,554 


20,312 


7,242 





21,352 


ALUM SPRINGS 


23,508 


20,883 


2,625 





142,78] 


BEAR MARSH 


62,536 


50,308 


9,938 


2,290 


42,14^ 


BEULAH 














( 


BROWN 


33,288 


30,169 


3,119 





30,12: 


CALVARY 


55,429 


53,264 


1,037 


1,128 


42,432 


CALYPSO 


46,710 


40,296 


6,001 


413 


39,955 


CENTER 


20,286 


19,000 


1,286 





15,825 


CLINTON, FIRST 


512,474 


388,529 


92,883 


31,062 


386,59; 


CONCORD 


26,594 


23,586 


3,008 





20,53( 


CORINTH 


82,626 


72,390 


7,488 


2,748 


76,40^. 


DOBSON CHAPEL 


50,105 


41,862 


7,732 


511 


31,40! 


EVERGREEN 


59,591 


45,215 


6,884 


7,492 


143,72^ 


FAISON 


40,368 


37,797 


2,571 





32,09! 


GARLAND 


63,456 


55,121 


8,335 





39,72, 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 


30,759 


28,194 


1,565 


1,000 


26,22( 


GROVE PARK 


263,204 


246,652 


16,357 


195 


197,52! 


HICKORY PARK 


50,746 


42,725 


8,021 





40,69( 


IMMANUEL 


110,844 


98,658 


10,701 


1,485 


95,451 


INGOLD 


25,124 


19,155 


5,969 





16,23! 


ISLAND CREEK 


70,090 


67,535 


2,555 





46,00( 


JOHNSON 


51,162 


42,696 


7,376 


1,090 


31,67' 


KENANSVILLE 


172,753 


126,823 


36,423 


9,507 


153,24; 


MAGNOLIA 


55,283 


37,145 


6,606 


11,532 


33,35; 


MISS. MONTE OLIVO 


51,071 


29,586 


869 


20,616 


29,43f 


MT. GILEAD 


111,554 


86,841 


24,713 





62,69 


MT. OLIVE, FIRST 


253,005 


221,162 


31,843 





216,671 


MT. VERNON 


113,051 


81,390 


30,704 


957 


57,59^ 


NEW HOPE 


24,615 


22,832 


1,783 





20,63 


PEACE 


30,553 


29,324 


1,229 





28,31' 


PINEY GROVE 


69,360 


56,467 


11,893 


1,000 


58,27, 


POPLAR GROVE 


20,973 


19,381 


1,592 





10,45 


POSTON 


132,555 


199,507 


12,754 


294 


101,77 


ROSE HILL 


115,000 


109,800 


1,500 


3,700 


89,90 


ROWAN 


75,816 


61,680 


11,163 


2,973 


56,79 


SERENITY "^ 


8,966 


2,466 


6,500 





7,29 


SHARON 


78,911 


62,409 


16,502 





51,40 


SHILOH 


63,329 


57,161 


5,473 


695 


51,90 


SI LOAM 


43,086 


34,808 


8,278 





32,44 


TEACHEY 


73,347 


50,308 


22,227 


812 


52.57 


TURKEY 


59,954 


52,175 


7,411 


357 


59,52 


UNION GROVE 


33,087 


27,429 


4,658 


1,000 


27,38 


WARSAW 


218,383 


^61,141 


57,242 





202,77 


WELLS CHAPEL 


97,034 


88,512 


7,753 


769 


41,75 


WHITE OAK 


51,923 


47,797 


1,330 


2,796 


42,10 


TOTALS V 


3,670,063 


3,040,492 


523,139 


106,432 


3,007,22 



28a 


28b 


28c 


28d 


28e 


30 


31 


32 


1 


<- 05 


1 


2 


1 


r: 
1 


f 




CO 


S C 


h: 


3 




o 


-a 




1 


o c: 




c5 
.1 


1 


Q. 


■o ^ 


i 


1 




m 2 




— 


3 


o >% 


x: 


w 




E >' 


x: 






t 0) 


B 


■g 


_ 3 


2 


2 


o 


o 


E^ 


3 


1 


P 


1 


o 


1 


o 


0) 


o 


O 


is 


i 




o 


"(D 
> 


^ 




5,575 








1,017 


4,760 


190,000 








0,080 


126,142 





1,455 


5,104 


208,142 








7,529 








2,216 


12,404 


175,000 
































4,078 








745 


5,300 


250,000 








6,920 








2,039 


23,473 


290,000 








4,690 








1,237 


14,028 


462,000 








9,255 








470 


6,100 


150,000 








5,945 








9,200 


241,452 


3,0001300 








3,200 





2,408 


2,163 


2,765 


175,000 





1.700 


7,487 








2,434 


36,488 


786,000 








2,260 








1,459 


7,686 


410,000 








0,685 


106,950 





2,043 


14,050 


750,000 


40,000 


40,000 


1,822 








940 


9,337 


410,000 








2,633 








2,979 


14,115 


400,000 








6,380 








1,542 


8,298 


175,000 








4,153 





38,270 


13,353 


71,749 


1,513,200 


29,000 


213,680 


8,531 








1,304 


10,861 


300,000 








0,666 








3,455 


51,338 


800,000 








0,382 








1,549 


4,304 


175,000 








9,275 








1,969 


24,756 


270,000 








8,806 








1,458 


11,415 


237,520 








2,296 


24,425 


19,697 


6,251 


60,573 


800,000 





151,750 


7,125 








1,670 


14,557 


525,000 








7,125 








279 


12,034 


4,500 








5,238 








4,425 


13,028 


535,680 








5,133 


6,000 





6,475 


138,062 


2,500,000 








3,777 








4,355 


14,458 


561,100 








5,310 








299 


5,027 


135,000 








5,762 





4,431 


1,490 


5,631 


50,000 





8,171 


7,254 





6,982 


2,488 


21,554 


527,000 








3,750 








705 














5,960 





12,000 


6,098 


37,716 


975,000 





8,000 


5,000 








6,300 


48,609 


500,000 








^895 








4,707 


29,196 


775,000 








5,000 








689 


1,605 











5,200 


5,900 





2,500 


7,800 


425,000 








5,266 








3,397 


33,237 


275,000 








^221 








1,928 


11,291 


275,000 








^607 








2,489 


ZZ,474 


4auOiD0 








3,747 








3,518 


37,258 


450,000 








^360 








1,031 


13,992 


190,000 








5,708 








5,823 


110,241 : 


L,704,255 








5,382 








4,053 


12,315 


319,000 








3,748 








1,984 


26,377 


235,000 








69,216 


269,417 


83,788 


127,981 


1,256,818 


?3,269,397 


69,000 


423,301 



-69- 



■70- 

















TABLE G MISSION 
EXPENDITURES 

Eastern 


29 


29a 


29b 


29c 


29d 


29e 


1 


^ TO 


o « 


^ 


i 




North Carolina 

Year Ending: Sept. 30, 


UJ 
(A 


—Money paid 
:onstruction di 
the year 


g 3 


1 
a. 

1 
to 


.2 

1 

"5 


1 

1 


1994 


^ 


o g 


ll 


Q. 
O 


'g 


55 




ro 


« 1 


o E 


O 

o 


< 






CHURCHES 


(— 


Sg 


5 








ALBERTSON 


4,415 








185 


1,072 


162 


ALUM SPRINGS 


5,023 








1,500 


900 


34C 


BEAR MARSH 


9,741 








4,740 





33( 


BEULAH 

















( 


BROWN 


1,628 











210 


c 


CALVARY 


6,510 








1,630 


1,589 


( 


CALYPSO 


2,996 








1,020 


840 


( 


CENTER 


1,118 








328 


650 


( 


CLINTON, FIRST 


132,971 


40,719 


25,795 


33,025 


8,742 


7U 


CONCORD 


5,076 








2,349 


1,175 


235 


CORINTH 


14,345 








7,899 


3,590 


lU 


DOBSON CHAPEL 


8,578 








3,825 


2,588 


2( 


EVERGREEN 


4,742 








219 


1,500 


56i 


FAISON 


5,973 








1,545 


1,545 


( 


GARLAND 


12,314 








5,599 


3,059 


25t 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 


4,540 





1,200 


750 


900 


26i 


GROVE PARK 


38,124 





935 


24,665 


4,933 


1,72] 


HICKORY GROVE 


2,735 











1,100 


1,26( 


IMMANUEL 


11,094 








2,960 


2,009 


63: 


INGOLD 


3,240 








1,352 


683 


20( 


ISLAND CREEK 


5,305 








1,076 


900 


20! 


JOHNSON 


3,727 








38 


2,292 


13! 


KENANSVILLE 


25,855 








8,158 


6,290 


1,32: 


MAGNOLIA 


5,287 








1,987 


961 


19; 


MISS. MONTE OLIVO 


4,975 








2,949 


1,474 


10( 


MT. GILEAD 


19,596 








10,420 


3,473 


20^ 


MT. OLIVE, FIRST 


65,174 








26,821 


8,792 


1,79^ 


MT. VERNON 


16,624 





350 


8,139 


4,884 


1 

4^ 
3C 


NEW HOPE 


2,653 








1,200 


1,000 


PEACE 


3,402 








1,941 


822 


PINEY GROVE 


3,963 








500 


600 


I7f 


POPLAR GROVE 


1,980 








1,200 


480 




POSTON 


23,219 





2,938 


10,778 


4,397 


63: 


ROSE HILL 


25,091 








10,000 





' 


ROWAN 


9,536 








4,345 


2,172 


18^ 


SERENITY 


2,466 











1,100 


1,311 


SHARON 


11,615 








3,600 


2,432 


681 


SHILOH 


8,540 








5,818 


1,745 


22' 


SI LOAM 


7,084 








1,089 


1,200 


121 


TEACHEY 


19,075 


0_ 





3,000 


2,000 


1,501 


TURKEY 


13,182 








6,217 


2,487 


39' 


UNION GROVE 


2,070 











500 


( 


WARSAW 


48,387 





21,501 


9,331 


5,573 


89: 


WELLS CHAPEL 


18,525 








5,421 


2,806 


1,051 


WHITE OAK 


3,241 








1,030 


900 


29! 


TOTALS 


625,735 


40,719 


52,719 


218,649 


96,365 


18,31! 

11 



29g 


29h 


29i 


29j 


29k 


291 


29m 


29n 


(A 

!i 

E 
1 

6 


o 

—1 


1 

•1 
1 

o 


c 
o 

II 
il 


CO 
O 


m 
en 


T3 

CD 

1 
O 


1 

CD 
CJ 

c 
o 

E 
o 

< 





643 








234 





135 


1,567 





828 








335 


289 


315 


100 





1,526 








2,203 








189 





























702 

















224 


20 


240 





2,112 











621 





598 























60 














70 








16,504 








668 














476 








95 





69 


430 





2,032 























894 











42 





575 


70 


910 





200 





175 





600 





452 

















2,066 





1,611 

















1,040 





400 








150 


200 





375 





2,966 





203 


224 








570 





211 




















3,156 











851 








350 





388 











300 











1,404 








120 








1,033 





737 











50 


25 








1,428 


703 





440 


200 


200 


5,952 





403 


35 





123 


182 


272 


882 





256 




















355 


2,478 








100 


155 





564 


11,395 


7,801 


2,703 








593 


248 





376 


1,555 








405 








200 





230 








75 














155 

















230 


100 


758 


100 





1,252 














200 























1,818 


423 





571 


105 


183 


200 





6,065 

















6,000 





1,063 








185 


37 


72 


881 





50 























1,285 


835 


267 











1,500 


167 


374 























634 








135 


186 


45 


3,496 


975 


2,587 


2,413 





711 


75 


90 


4,749 





2,295 











23 


130 


500 





158 








600 


532 








272 


4,364 








612 


613 


613 


1,372 


1,093 


2,520 


388 





1,202 


220 


440 


2,060 


40 


490 


40 





100 


25 


21 





18,019 


72,549 


7,640 


2,782 


11,391 


4,002 


2,928 


38,326 



■71- 



■72- 























TABLE H SPECIAL ITEMS 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


40 


41 


Eastern 
















0) 




North Carolina 

Year Ending: Sept. 30, 1994 


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qI 

1 


to 

ro 

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11 

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0) 
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2 


1 

m 
"to 


.9 

O) 

§ 




1 

CD 

> 




ALBERTSON 


1 




1 


20 











~F 


N 


ALUM SPRINGS 


5 




1 


56 





6 





N 


N 


BEAR MARSH 


1 




1 


90 





1 


1 


Y 


N 


BEULAH 
























BROWN 


5 




1 


40 











N 


N 


CALVARY 


2 




1 


98 











Y 


Y 


CALYPSO 


1 




2 


63 








1 


N 


N 


CENTER 


5 




1 


28 











Y 


N 


CLINTON, FIRST 


4 




2 


450 








1 


Y 


Y 


CONCORD 


5 




1 


54 





13 


1 


N 


N 


CORINTH 


5 




2 


150 











Y 


Y 


DOBSON CHAPEL 


5 




1 


65 


1 








N 


N 


EVERGREEN 


1 




1 


38 





1 





N 


N 


FAISON 


5 




1 


53 











N 


N 


GARLAND 


1 




1 


67 











Y 


Y 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 


1 




1 


38 





5 





N 


N 


GROVE PARK 


2 




2 


256 








1 


Y 


N 


HICKORY GROVE 


5 




1 


90 





3 





Y 


Y 


IMMANUEL 


5 




2 


74 








1 


Y 


N 


INGOLD 


5 




1 


30 











N 


N 
Y 


ISLAND CREEK 


1 




1 


68 











Y 


JOHNSON 


1 




2 


22 











Y 


N 


KENANSVILLE 


5 




2 


140 


1 


42 


2 


N 


N 


MAGNOLIA 


5 




1 


28 





8 





N 


N 


MISSION MONTE OLIVO 


1 




1 


56 











N 


Y 


MOUNT GILEAD 


5 




2 


140 





5 





N 


N 


MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 


5 




2 


176 





59 





Y 


Y 


MOUNT VERNON 


1 




1 


105 





2 





N 


N 


NEW HOPE 


1 




1 


20 











Y 


Y 


PEACE 


5 




1 


22 











Y 


ji 


PINEY GROVE 


5" 




1 


64 











N 


N 


POPLAR GROVE 


5 




1 


25 











N 


N 


POSTON 


5 




2 


160 





20 





Y 


Y 


ROSE HILL 


1 




1 


140 





3 





N 


N 


ROWAN :-:^ 


5 




2 


51 





1 





Y 


Y 


SERENITY 


4 






41 











Y 


Y 


SHARON 


1 




1 


145 





1 





• Y 


N 


SHILOH 


1 




1 


100 











Y 


N 


SI LOAM 


1 




1 


90 





6 





N 


N 


TEACHEY 


5 




1 


60 





4 





N 


N 


TURKEY 


5 




2 


70 











Y 


^ 


UNION GROVE 


1 




1 


66 











Y 


I 


WARSAW 


5 




1 


120 





4 





N 


^ 


WELLS CHAPEL 


5 




2 


72 





1 





Y 


^ 


WHITE OAK 


1 




1 


49 











N 


h 


TOTALS 








3,790 


2 


185 


8 









45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50 


51 


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7 - 1 hi e r Ad d i 1 1 o ns ( b y 
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12 ■■- Total EBunday School Enrollment 

16 - Church Vacation Bible School Enrollment 

20 - Total D i sc i p 1 esh i p T ra i n i nq E n re 1 1 .. / P a r t „ 

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23 -- Total WMU Enrollment 



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DUPLIN 





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117 


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633 


168 


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75 


95 


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435 


136 


56 





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100 


63 


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43 


63 





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491 


161 


61 


93 


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139 


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461 


165 


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56 


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67 


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48 


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177 


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206 


112 


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36 


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428 


345 


177 


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7 


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434 


133 


100 


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4 


10 


455 


171 


100 


53 


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64 


64 


53 





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293 


104 


75 


46 


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235 


113 


67 


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73 


53 





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153 


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70 


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279 


72 




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263 


130 


55 


63 


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EDMONDS PRINTING/COLOR IMAGES, INC. 
P.O. Box 666, Lawrenceville, VA 23868 






Churches in Association: 
Partners in Evangelism 




Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Sixti;-Eighth Annual Session 

1995 



North Carolina 



North Carolina 

Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Sixty-Eighth 

Annual Session 

1827 - 1995 

FIRST DAY SECOND DAY 

October 30, 1995 October 31, 1995 

ROWAN BAPTIST CHURCH POSTON BAPTIST CHURCH 

Co-Host - White Oak Baptist Church Co-Host - Wells Chapel Church 

THEME: "Churches In Association - Partners in Evangelism 
MODERATOR: Louis Pate CLERK: Ottis King 

NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day - Warsaw Baptist Church, Warsaw - October 28, 1996 

(Calvary Baptist Church Assisting) 

Second Day - Bear Marsh Baptist Church, Mount Olive - October 29, 1996 

(Alum Springs and Peace Baptist Churches Assisting) 

ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF 

PO. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 

Location: 109 North Center Street * 

Director of Missions - James H. Camp, 409 Pineview Road, Clinton NC 28328- 
(O) (910) 293-7077, 1-800-593-7077, (H) (910) 592-3592 

Mission Ministries Director - Amy Mathis, 615 Park Avenue, Clinton 28328- 
(O) 1-800-593-7077, (H) (910) 592-3623 

Secretary - Jo Neal Robinson, 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton NC 28328 
(O) 1-800-593-7077, (910) 293-7077, (H) (910) 592-3044 



The 1995 Annual of the 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Is Dedicated To 




COLEMAN & JANIE THOMAS 

The Thomas's came to Eastern Baptist Association in 1970 to pastor Garland Baptisi 
Church. In 1974 they moved to Johnson Baptist Church and pastored there until 1980 
They returned to the Association to become pastor at Sharon Baptist Church in 1987 an' 
remained there until 1995 when he became disabled. 

Coleman was just a basic good pastor who loved the Lord and wanted others to kno 
Jesus just as he did. On his last Sunday at Sharon, he baptized 10 people. He served th. 
Lord and people throughout the Association. He was never a big spotlight, but always pr- 
vided a light for the path of life. - 

This annual is dedicated to the Thomas's because they are a symbol of most people and 
the typical pastor. They always made that effort that counted when life did not deal them the 
best. They gave God's call all they had! 



I 



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Tabic of Contents 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, NC, 28398 ' . 

Telephones: 1-800-593-7077 - 910-293-7077 ' 

Associational Directory a 

Brotherhood Directors 1 1 

Chairman of Deacons o 

Discipleship Training Directors 2q 

Executive Board Representatives 5 

Missions Development Program Leaders I5 

Music Directors I q 

Pastors A 

Sunday School Directors a 

WMU Directors '''''''^"'"!"'!!''!!"!!!!' 12 

1996 Budget and Anticipated Income 43 

Church Contributions to EBA a^ 

Historical Tables (1827-1995) 57 

Map of Eastern Association '''^ZZZZZZIcente^'ofBook 

Messengers to Annual Session 1 y 

Our Beloved Dead 03 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting ^g 

Reports: 

Associational Executive Board 30 

Brotherhood 00 

Christian Social Ministries Committee 35 

Church Extension Ministries Committee 35 

Church Music Committee 33 

Committee on Committees -j^3 

Deaf Ministries Committee 3^ 

Discipleship Training 28 

Evangelism r,q 

Hispanic Mission (Gethsemani), Warsaw 42 

Hispanic Mission (Maranatha), Clinton 43 

Hispanic Mission (Monte Olivo), Mount Olive 43 

Hispanic Mission - Rose Hill - Wallace 43 

History of Poston Baptist Church 26 

History of Wells Chapel Baptist Church ......."............. 27 

Interfaith Witness Ministries Committee 37 

Language Mission Ministries Committee 37 

Literacy Ministries Committee 3g 

Media Center Committee 04 

Medical/Dental Van Ministry Committee 38 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee .....!......... 38 

Missions Development Council 35 

Nominating Committee 44 

Ordination Committee or 

Resort/Leisure Ministries Committee .".. 39 



Resolutions Committee ^^ 

Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Committee 39 

Senior Adult Ministries Committee 42 

Sunday School ^^ 

Vacation Bible School 34 

Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Committee 42 

Woman's Missionary Union 31 

Woman's Missionary Union 86th Annual Session Minutes 30 

Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Baptist Association 56 

Statistical Tables ^^ 

Time. Place and Preacher Committee (See Proceedings) 22 

Treasurer's Report (as of September 30. 1995) 50 




General Officers 

Moderator Allen Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3854 

17- A/r ^ r. (H) 910-592-3360 

Vice-Moderator Bert Alabaster, P.O. Box 410, Kenansville 28349; (H) 910-296-0246 

^^^^^ Ottis King, 8586 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466- (C) 910-532-4210 

A ■ . ^, , T n (J^) 910-532-4528 

Associate Clerk Lucille Yancey, 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3080 

Treasurer Gary Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328;' (W) 910-592-8171 

. . , ^ (H) 910-592-5287 

Associate Treasurer Jo Neal Robinson, 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-3044 

Trustees 

1998 Gene Hart P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-4311 

1997 Michael Shook 609 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

1QQA T ^ L. . ' (H) 910-564-2794 

1996 J. Cooper Howard 403 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3388 

Denominational Representatives 

Baptist Children's Homes John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

R .• . D .• . ^ (H) 910-293-4958 

baptist Retirement Homes Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-4712 
Christian Higher Education Davis Benton, PO. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; 

(H) 910-525-4319 
(C) 910-564-2343 

Baptist Foundation Tyanna Day, PO. Box 467, Calypso 28325; (H) 910-658-5223 

Baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn, 506 Lakeshore Dr., Warsaw 28398- (H) 910-293-4579 

Biblical Recorder Millard Bounds, 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

(H) 910-289-2606 

Church Program Officers 

Church Music 

^^'^^^°' Jean Hatch, PO. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8124 

Assistants Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3262 

Garry K. Stuart, 116 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398;' (H) 910-293-3059 

(C) 910-293-4236 
Rhonda Lucas, 198 Carrie's Ln., Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-7938 



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Brotherhood 

Director Karl Pittard, 132 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-7508 

(H) 910-592-7268 

Baptist Men 

Challengers 

RA's John Brown, 318 Dixie Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7833 

Promise Keepers John West, 306 Northeast Blvd., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-590-2323 

Ukrainian Mission Paul Kennedy, 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-1161 

Sunday School 

Director Gene Lakey, PO. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; (C) 910-296-1137 

(H) 910-296-0723 

VBS Director Jerry Todd, PO. Box 21, Harrells 28444-0021; (W) 910-532-4879 

(H) 910-532-2271 

Outreach • ; ;• ;; ^ 

Pastor Director Dr. Jim Drake, PO. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

(H) 910-293-7479 

Adult Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-590-3592 

Youth Mark Thomas, PO. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124 

(H) 910-592-2147 

Children 

Middle ■■ — 

Older Beckie Lakey, PO. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; (W) 910-298-3125 

(H) 910-296-0723 

Younger Kathy Quinn, PO. Box 864, Kenansville 28349; (H) 910-296-0420 

Preschool 

Middle Sylvia VestarPO.''Box810,''Kenansville 28349-0810; (H) 910-296-0603 

Younger Beth Howard, PO. Box 205, Kenansville 28349-0205; (H) 910-296-1489 

Discipleship Training Supporter & Co-Supporter 

Ann Thigpen 108 Shields St., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-4153 (H) 910-592-5768 

Jo Neal Robinson 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton 28328 (H) 910-592-3044 

Woman's Missionary Union 

WMU Director ...Deanna Matthews, PO. Box 356, Kenansville 28349; 

(H) 910-296-0697 

Assistant WMU Director Carolyn Drew, 175 Drew Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

(H) 910-293-7280 

Secretary Joan Bullock, 3921 Taylor's Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-6533 

Missions Growth Consultant Jeanette Wiggs, 107 Owl Roost, Fox Lake, Clinton 

28328; (H) 910-590-2944 

Assistant Missions Growth Consultant -••• 

Missions Involvement Consultant Mary Evelyn Wells, PO. Box 66, Rose Hi 1 

28458; (H) 910-289-2691 



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Assistant Missions Involvement Consultant Gail Whaley, 231 John Rich Rd., 

Magnolia 28453; (H) 910-289-2744 
Women on Mission Consultant Brenda Matthis, 4988 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 

28328; (H) 910-592-1660 
Assistant Women on Mission Consultant Cyndi Falatovich, 410 Beaverdam Dr., 

^. , , ^ Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-8643 

Girls In Action Consultant Lynette Kennedy, 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; 

A •. .r^A^ , (H) 910-267-1161 

Assistant GA Consultant Amy Le Bahn, 903 Carroll's Rd., Warsaw 28398- 

(W) 910-293-3056 (H) 910-588-4287 
Acteen Consultant Ann D. Byrd, 1568 Beautancus Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 

A • . . A ^ , 919-658-3987 

Assistant Acteen Consultant Cathy Cottle, 193 Cabin Museum Rd., Turkey 28393; 

.A- ■ u- ^ r^ , 910-592-3409 

Mission Friends Consultant Angle Bass, 734 W. Mount Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 

A •. .n.- r^ , 28328; 910-592-3326 

Assistant Mission Friends Consultant Jane Robinson, P.O. Box 13, Turkey 28393; 

rr.u • /T ^ , 910-592-6818 

hthnic/Language-Culture Consultant Florence Hoover, 340 Wilmington Hwy., 

Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 

Assistant Ethnic/Language-Culture Consultant 

Five Age-Level Consultants: 

^^^^^on Inez Peterson, 1051 Beulah Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-4537 

Garland/Star Betty Sanderson, Box 110, Harrells 28444; (H) 910-532-4211 

Faison/Warsaw Mary Hester Powell, 609 N. Pine St., Warsaw 28393; 

(H) 910-293-4951 
Mount Olive Edna E. Bell, Box 356 Jones-Turner Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 

ui 11 /D i_r-n ^^^ 910-658-9282 

Wallace/Rose Hill Betty Butts, 103 E. Cavenaugh St., Wallace 28466; 

ru uu ■ 910-285-3917 

Church Regions: 

CLINTON: Beulah, Brown, Clinton First, Clinton Hispanic Mission (Maranatha), Grove 

Park, Hickory Grove, Immanuel, Mount Vernon, Piney Grove Poplar' Grove 

Turkey, White Oak 
GARLAND/STAR: Center, Evergreen, Garland, Ingold, Mount Gilead, New Hope Rowan 

Serenity, Siloam, Union Grove, Wells Chapel 
FAISON/WARSAW: Calvary, Faison, Johnson, Kenansville, Warsaw 
MOUNT OLIVE: Albertson, Alum Springs, Bear Marsh, Calypso, Garner's Chapel Mbunt 
TWAT ^''^^' ^°''''^ ^^^^ Hispanic Mission (Mision Bautista Monte Olivo) Peace 

WALLACE/ROSE HILL: Concord, Corinth, Dobson Chapel, Island Creek, Magnolia Poston 

Rose Hill, Sharon Shiloh, Teachey 




Associational Directory 

Ministers 

Albertson Rev James W. Johnson, 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4206 

Alum Springs J. Elwood Oliver, P.O. Box 549, Pink Hill 28572; 919-568-3541 

Bear Marsh ...Joseph Cantrell, 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 

^^^ 919-658-6133 

Beulah Shelton Justice, 732 NC Hwy. 50 & 117, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7524 

Brown Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7156 

(C) 910-564-6060 

Calvary Graham Elmore, 110 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7458 

^ (W) 910-293-4040 

Calypso Gregory Day, PO. Box 467, Calypso 28325; 910-658-5223 

Center ' Albert Pope, 853 Beasley's Mill Rd., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-289-2755 

(0 910-532-2118 

Clinton FBC David S. Kolb, PO. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124 

' (H) 910-590-3650 

Jean Hatch Minister of Music & Associate Pastor, PO. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 

(C) 910-592-8124 (H) 910-592-6215 
Mark Thomas, Associate Pastor/Minister of Youth & Education, PO. Box 837, Clinton 

28328; (C) 910-592-8124 (H) 910-590-2147 
Hispanic Mission (Maranatha) Pedro Bueno, 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328, 

Concord Dan Sellers, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; (H) 910-285-2431 

^° (C) 910-289-3718 

Corinth Larry W King, 111 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-4787 
■ (H) 910-289-3928 

D b on Chapel ^^^ 910-296-1473 

EvVq^een .'.63 E." Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-532-2822 

^"^^^ (C) 910-532-4757 

Faison Paul Rose, 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-4600 

(C) 910-267-5301 

Garland -Wayne Caviness, PO. Box 367, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-2531 

^^ ^ (C) 910-529-5201 

Garner's Chapel Tyanna Day, PO. Box 467, Calypso 28325; (H) 919-658-5223 

(C) 919-DOo-oD4i 

Grove Park Michael Shook, 609 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

(H) 910-554-2794 

Stan Benton Minister of Music, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7680 

Hickory Grove Johnny Armstrong, 11455 U.S. 421 N, Clinton 28328; 

Hickory wove (H) 910-564-2495 (C) 910-564-2591 

Immanuel Charles A. Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3854 

Ingold Dean A. Wood, 1579 Old U.S. 701 Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-529-4181 

Island Creek Millard Bounds, 237 Pasture Branch Rd., R°^« ^^^8458; 

Johnson Farrell Miller, 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4757 

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Kenansville D. Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874- 

., , ,_ (C) 910-296-1137 (H) 910-296-0723 

Magnolia Herbert Lanier, P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453; (H) 910-289-2916 

(C) 910-289-2217 
Mount Gilead Lynn Bullock, 3921 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-6533 

Mount Olive, FBC Don Gordon, PO. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-2062 

Hispanic Mission (Mision Bautista Monte Olivo) Vicente Rangel, 1066 Garner's 

., ,,j ^ ^ Chapel Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-0226 

Mount Vernon E.G. Mattocks, 3515 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-533-2251 

KT TT ^ (C) 910-533-3164 

^^"^ "^P^ Ray Smith, 7310 Howard Rd., Autryville 28318; 910-567-6230 

^^^""^ Pat Wood, 6045 Dave Bright Rd., Faison 28341 (H) 910-533-3143 

D- n (C) 919-658-8004 

Finey Grove Jod Edwin Story, 2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison 28341- 

p , ^ ^ ,,, (H) 910-564-4848 (C) 910-564-6061 

Poplar Grove Paul Kennedy, 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; (H) 910-267-1161 

D . r (C) 910-267-7191 

^"^'^^^ James W. Creech, 3912 NC 11, Wallace 28466; (H) 910-285-2476 

^°^^ ™^ Marlin Bowling, PO. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-2250 

(H) 910-289-3882 
^^'^^^ Karl Pittard, 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-7508 

^^'^""^y James O. Flowers, 1590 Ozzie Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-5234 

^I^f?" ^^""^ Carter (Interim), PO. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521- (C) 910-285-4391 

^^^^°^ J^"^^s Paul, 4601 So. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-2636 

^^^°^"^ '^i"^ Register, 833 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells 28444; (C) 910-532-4077 

Ta^ t, (H) 910-532-4444 

1^^^^^^ Billy Howell, PO. Box 158, Teachey 28464; 910-285-2788 

^^ ^^ Douglas Musselwhite, PO. Box 148, Turkey 28393-0 148- 

Union Grove ^"^ 910-592-2056 (C) 910-592-5562 



Warsaw James Drake, P.O. 



Box 266, Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 



n T^ c. .. (H) 910-293-7479 

Garry K. Stuart, Minister of Music/Youth, 116 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398- 

„. . ,, (Q 910-293-4236 (H) 910-293-3059 

..J „ ^. , Hispanic Mission (Mision Bautista Hispana Getsemani') 910-293-4236 
^""^ ^^^P^' Ottis L. King, 8565 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466 (H) 910-532-4528 

WhifpOp^i. r^ • o r.^ (C) 910-532-4210 

^^'^^ ^^^ Davis Benton, PO. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; (H) 910-525-4319 

(C) 910-564-2343 



Other Ordained Ministers 

Calvary Rev. Homer Baumgardner, 127 William Kalmar Rd., ^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

n^ntnn Fir.t James Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5313 

^^^^'°"' ^'''' Mark Thomas, 502 Fairfax, Clinton 28328; 910-590-2147 

Jean Hatch, 309 Fairfax, Clinton 28328; 910-592-6215 
Pedro Bueno 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-590-3390 
lasr^er Hinson 485 Beulah Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2088 

Sr.K ::::::::::::;;:::S^d"To35 Hobbton hw., anton gga 910 592 344, 

James H Parson, 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1670 

Se Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328, 910^592-2898 

Island Creek Harvey Blanton, 287 Murphy Store Rd., R°^«^ ^^284^^8^ 

Mount Olive, First Gerald Garris, 1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., DudW 283|5, 

Rose Hill ..A.R. Teachey, 702 Hall St., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3850 

^'„ ....Clyde Davis, P.O. Box 263, Clinton 28328; 910-592-5313 

^r Inhn A Johnson 108 E Plank St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4958 

^^^^^" Cchell Rtenba^k 509E. Hill St.', Warsaw 28398; 910-293 7496 

White Oak Aubrey Quakenbush^l06 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 9 0-592-47 2 

L. Haywood, 743 Tupeol Cir., FayetteviUe 28301; 910-4^5 4yiy 



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Representatives on Associational Executive Board 

Albertson Weldon Rouse, 3704 NC 111 & 903, Albertson 28508; 919-568-3289 

Nathan Kelly, RO. Box 184, Albertson 28508; 919-658-3463 
Alum Sprinqs Larry Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3614 

"" " ' Eugene oJtlaw, 600 Scotts Store Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 9 9-658-3458 

Rear Marsh Elbert Davis, 1592 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-2842 

^'" """ Edison Pate, 285 Maysville School Rd., Mt^Olive 28365 919-658-3624 

R.„lah G M & Helen Massey, 6424 Turkey Hwy., Turkey 28393; 910-592-6530 

eit j"mmy Ca r, 4423 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

^""" Willie Hinson, Jr., 1390 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6233 

Palvarv Edgar Rouse, 302 Hill St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-2127 

''''"' JohnnyChestnutt, 158 Middleton Rd., Warsaw 28398 910-293-7326 

„ , lames Baker PO Box 164, Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-4984 

^^'^P^° Th'mas Ataton P.O. Box 245, Calypso 28325; 919-658-2602 

S:n:Fi;st::::;:::MeiT.y^H2E:johnsc^st:a^^ 

Roland Heath, 108 Country Club Dr., CImton 28328; 910-592 bib/ 

Concord Alice DeVane, 633 BeasleyRd. ^Warsaw 28398; 9 J-289-3657 

Sandra Boone, 2265 Cornwalhs Rd., Rose Hi 28458, 910-289 34J4 

Corinth Sam & Mildred Boone, 922 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458 910^289-2436 

Dobson Chapel Russell Brown, 373 Stocking Head Rd., R°^-^ ™^28458^ 

Jimmy Brown, 1023 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910^289-3436 

Evergreen Dennis Davis, 2576 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., R°=«^ ™^2845g 

Jerry Todd, RO. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2271 

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^^^^°" Bob Britt, P.O. Box 212, Faison 28341; 910-267-3391 

Helen Britt, P.O. Box 212, Faison 28341; 910-267-3391 

^^^'^"^^ Gene Hart, PO. Box 187, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Frank Morris, PO. Box 191, Garland 28441;' 910-529-9161 
Garners Chapel Albert Britt, 1244 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

n o 10.0^ 919-658-3316 

Gary Rose, 1349 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365- 919-658-3391 

^'^^^ ^^'^ Rev. & Mrs. Eddie Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy.,' Clinton 28328; 

IT. , ^ T ^ 910-592-2898 

Hickory Grove Larry Strickland, Rabbit Street Rd., Clinton 28328- 910-564-4593 

Gerald Strickland, 8397 N. US 421 Hwy., Clinton 28328- 910-564-6717 

^^"'^"^^^ Billy Ellis, 1313 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328;' 910-592-7444 

. , , Joh" Owens, 97 Planters Walk Ln., Clinton 28328- 910-592-2636 

^"SoW Bobby H. Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-5691 

., ,^ , PerryE. Pope, 453 OzzieRd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4838 
island Creek Harvey Blanton, 287 Murphy Store Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

T , ^ 910-289-2639 

^'^^''^''^ Dennis Kirby, PO. Box 475, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0031 

Vio'ette Phillips, PO. Box 727, Kenansville 28349- 910-296-1038 

^/"^"f ^^e John Matthis, 838 NC 11-903 North, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0760 

Magnolia 

Mount Gilead Lonnie Bass, 926 w'.Mt'.'Giiead Church Rd.',' Clinton 28328- 

910-592-4074 
Randy Driskill, 167 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328- 910-592-8691 

Mount Olive, First J.A. Jones, 407 W. Station St., Mt. Olive 28365- 919-658-3152 

Albert Landin, 310 W. College St., Mt. Olive 28365;' 919-658-9803 

Mount Vernon Tate & Jackie Pope, 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328- 910-533-3454 

^^^ ^°Pe Raymond Blanchard, 3240 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393- 910-533-3639 

Robert Frederick, 3660 New Hope Church Rd., Turkey 28393- 910-533-3639 

J^""^]:. J^"^e^ ^ Jewell Best, PO. Box 233, Calypso 28325;' 919-658-4712 

Finey Grove Newitt Norris, 6860 Faison Hwy., Faison 28341- 910-533-3139 

p , „ C^^iS Thornton, 545 S.McCullenRd., Clinton 28328,' 910-533-3590 
Poplar Grove Garland Britt, Rt. 2, Faison 28341- 910-533-3342 

Gilbert Massey, 3707 Lake Artesia Rd., Faison 28341- 910-533-3721 

^""^^""^ Jim English, 4446 S. NC41, Wallace 28466; 910-285-2741 

P ^.„ WxWmm Murray, 709 River Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-UNLISTED 

^""^^ ™' Clarence Brown, PO. Box 320, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2339 

W.S. Wells, Jr., PO. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458- 910-289-2691 

^°^^^'' Donald Pope, PO. Box 411, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3437 

g^^^ . Frankie Baldwin, 2530 Old Warsaw Rd., Clinton 28328- 910-592-6753 

^^^'""^ ^'- & Mrs. Troy Rho'd'es,"345'9 's." Nc' 41 "Hwy'.',"walla'ce '28466; 

^^''""^ W^^to" F. Aycock, 109 Cypress Creek Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 

910-285-3833 

Percy A. Maready, 271 Cypress Creek Rd., Chinquapin 28521- 910-285-4316 

^"'^"' f^obert O. & Betty G. Sanderson, PO. Box 110,' Harells 28444; 

'^^^^^^^ Leland McGill, 108 N. Teachey Rd., Ext. Wallace 28466; 910-285-2360 

A.C. Kenan, 1207 N. Railroad St., Wallace 28466, 910-285-3291 



Turkey Henry J. Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

A.B. Carter, 32 Beulah Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3148 

Union Grove Raeford Carter, Jr., 880 Kenneth Carter Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7222 

Glenwood Fryar, 157 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8274 

Warsaw John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4958 

James F. Strickland, P.O. Box 783, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4289 
Wells Chapel Harry Hoover, 340 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 

Percy Carter, 1332 Rufus Wells Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4997 
White Oak Mary Alice Boney, 5680 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4504 

Kirtz Adams, 5424 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4951 

Chairman of Deacons 

Albertson Weldon Rouse, 3704 NC 111 & 903 North, Albertson 28508; 

919-568-3289 

Alum Springs Larry Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3614 

Bear Marsh 1568 Beautancus Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-3987 

Beulah Milton Massey, 6424 Turkey Hwy., Turkey 28393; 910-592-6530 

Brown Jimmy Carr, 4423 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Calvary Johnny Chestnutt, 158 Henry Middleton Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7326 

Calypso Ralph Joyner, White Oak Bridge Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4220 

Center Ray Cannon, 6141 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4552 

Clinton, First Willie Hobbs, 402 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5489 

Concord William Usher, PO. Box 237, Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2402 

Corinth Edward Jackson, 174 Williams-Taylor Creek Rd., Teachey 28464; 

910-289-2461 

Dobson Chapel Greg Brown, 1042 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-3926 

Evergreen Jerry Todd, PO. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2271 

Faison Glen Jernigan, PO. Box 278, Faison 28341; 910-267-3861 

Garland Gene Hart, PO. Box 187, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Garner's Chapel Mark Best, 147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3327 

Grove Park Leroy Harrell, 507 Parker Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8872 

Hickory Grove Mike Medlin, Rt. 1 Box 133-A, Clinton 28328; 910-564-6210 

Immanuel Paul Tippett, 203 Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4052 

Ingold Bobby Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Daniel Norris, 156 Raleigh Rd., Teachey 28464; 910-285-2757 

Johnson ....Boyce Boyette, 306 Boyette Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7367 

Kenansville Bert Alabaster, PO. Box 410, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0246 

Magnolia Kenneth Baker, 269 Sheffield Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2313 

Mount Gilead Lonnie Bass, 926 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-4074 

Mount Olive, First Sandy Jackson, 1909 Pam St., Goldsboro 27530; 919-736-7858 

Mount Vernon Tate Pope, 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3454 

New Hope Edward Colwell, Colwell Ln., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3372 

Peace Ken Powell, PO. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Piney Grove Craig Thornton, 545 S. McCullen Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3590 

Poplar Grove Wilbert Massey, 3707 Lake Artesia Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3721 



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Poston Phil Stoddard, 127 Washington Cir., Wallace 28466; 910-285-8409 

Rose Hill Bill Knighten, P.O. Box 238, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3649 

Rowan Harold Bradshaw, 1197 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8708 

Serenity 

Sh^^on Earnie Gray, Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-3704 

Shiloh James Strickland, 821 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-8986 

Siloam Robert Sanderson, PO. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

T'eachey R.C. Jenkins, 176 Page St., Teachey 28464; 910-285-3821 

Turkey Henry Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove Glenwood Fryar, 157 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8274 

Warsaw Ken LaCoe, PO. Box 692, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7231 

Wells Chapel Jim Moody, 2241 Wallace Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-532-4479 

White Oak Kirtz Adams, 5424 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4951 

Sunday School Directors 

Albertson Alyce Kelly, PO. Box 184, Albertson 28508; 919-658-3463 

Alum Springs Larry Brinson, 4786 NC 11 N, Seven Springs 28578; 919-658-6257 

Bear Marsh Bobby Holland, 629 Maysville School Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

^ . , 919-658-4788 

^^'J'^h Jimmy Leggett, 217 Southwood Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-0246 

^^own Steve Hulen, 75 Bucktown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2017 

^^^^^^y John Casteen, 109 Britt St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2941 

^^^ypso Greg Wiggins, 105 Pineland Ave., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3467 

^^"^^^^ Ray Cannon, 6141 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4552 

Clinton, First Don Rabon, PO. Box 248, Salemburg 28385; 910-525-5793 

Concord Gary Bell, 749 Ward Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

C^"'^^^ Edward Jackson, 174 Williams-Taylor Creek Rd., Teachey 28464; 

r^ u ^u , 910-289-2461 

Uobson Chapel Timmy Nethercutt, Hwy. 50 S., Magnolia 28453; 910-296-1685 

Evergreen Sherwood Johnson, 11150 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453; 

910-532-2366 

^^^5°" Glenn Jernigan, PO. Box 278, Faison 28341; 910-267-3861 

^^^^^^<^ Frank Morris, PO. Box 191, Garland 28449; 910-529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Tim Rose, 873 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5425 

Grove Park Lenettie Royal, 303 Dixie Cir., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6120 

Hickory Grove Larry Strickland, Rabbit Street Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4593 

Immanuel Paul Tippett, 203 Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4052 

^"Sold Bobby Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek George Brown, 558 Island Creek Rd., Wallace 28466;' 910-285-2540 

^J^^'^^on Ellen Bell, 235 Cy Cavenaugh Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-3194 

Kenansville Floyd Adams, PO. Box 1, Kenansville 28349-0001; 910-296-0509 

^^Snolia Tommy Kissner, 116 W. Main St., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-3036 

Mount Gilead Byron Bass, 3808 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1666 

Mount Olive, First Jenny Jeans, 706 Club Knolls Rd., Mt. Olive 28365- 919-658-9597 



Mount Vernon Frank Gainey, 501-A Fulton St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-9584 

New Hope Esther Hines, 3850 New Hope Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3228 

Peace Ken Powell, PO. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Piney Grove Dewitt King, 1248 Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 910-564-6997 

Poplar Grove Douglas Blackmon, 1276 Giddensville Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-1001 

Poston Jimmy Murphy, 3315 Watha Rd., Willard 28478; UNLISTED 

Rowan Mike Ellis, 115 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7627 

Serenity Gerald Standi, Rt. 4, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8650 

Sharon Pat Norris, Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-4350 

Shiloh Kenneth Jarosewicz, 809 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3877 

Siloam Tim Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-2021 

Teachey Robert Lucas, 198 Carrie's Ln., Teachey 28464; 910-285-7938 

Turkey David Hudson, Sr., 6890 Old Warsaw Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3259 

Union Grove Raeford Carter, Jr., 880 Kenneth Carter Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7222 

Warsaw Phyllis Ellenberg, PO. Box 444, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4398 

Wells Chapel Kalton Newkirk, 2251 Willard Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4332 

White Oak Jackie Dixon, 2330 Roseboro Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7691 

Discipleship Training Directors 

Clinton, First Mark Thomas, 502 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-590-2147 

Concord Dan Sellars, 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2431 

Garland J.T Riley, PO. Box 182, Garland 28441; 910-529-4941 

Immanuel Ann Thigpen, 108 Shields St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5768 

Johnson Farrell Miller, 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 29398; 910-293-4980 

Kenansville D. Gene Lakey, PO. Box 874, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0723 

Mount Gilead Lynn Bullock, 3949 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-6533 

Mount Olive, First Jerry Whaley, 4308 US 117 S. Alt., Dudley 28333; 919-736-2178 

Mount Vernon E.G. Mattocks, 3515 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-533-2251 

Peace James Best, PO. Box 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 

Poston Terry Duff, 110 Murray Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4869 

Turkey Douglas Musselwhite, PO. Box 148, Turkey 28393; 910-592-2056 

Union Grove Cathy Jones, PO. Box 35, Turkey 28393; 910-592-4023 

Wells Chapel Eddie King, 1262 Rufus Wells Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-2392 

Music Directors 

Alum Springs Connie Jones, 1411 Tram Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4487 

Bear Marsh Ann Byrd, 1568 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3987 

Beulah Stella Justice, 732 NC 50 & US 117, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7524 

Brown Lua Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7156 

Calvary Michelle Honeycutt, 51 Buckhorn Creek Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1828 

Calypso Pam Riggle, 103 Dill St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5693 

Center Joyce Hudson, 1621 Belvin Maynard Rd., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4566 

Clinton, First Jean Hatch, 311 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6125 

Concord Sandra Boone, 2265 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3434 






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Corinth Allene Knowles, 1091 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2318 

Dobson Chapel Janet Register, 2218 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-3367 

Evergreen 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-532-2822 

Garland Gene Hart, P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Grove Park Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7680 

Hickory Grove Cindy Ballance, Rt. 2 Box 249-C, Newton Grove 28334; 

910-567-6986 

Immanuel Joanne Overton, PO. Box 1694, Clinton 28329; 910-592-3360 

Ingold Bobby Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Johnny Norris, 284 Island Creek Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3210 

Johnson Terry Vernon, 1303 US Hwy. 117 S., Warsaw 28398;' 910-293-7132 

Magnolia Rita Brown 2231 S. US 117, Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2416; 

Mount Gilead Karen Driskill, 167 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328,' 

910-592-8691 

Mount Vernon Leah Heath, Rt. 6 Box 62-H, Clinton 28328 

Peace Janice Wood, 6045 Dave Bright Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3143 

Piney Grove Ruth King, 1248 E. Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 910-564-6997 

Poplar Grove Beth King, 740 Goshen Church Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-2836 

Poston Louise English, 201 Currie St., Wallace 28488; 910-285-2543 

f^owan Suzan Pittard, 132 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7268 

Sharon Betty Brant, Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-3044 

Shiloh JoAnn Paul, 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-7403 

Union Grove Roger Wells, 36 Cabbage Patch Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4213 

Ws^saw Garry Stuart, 116 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-3059 

Wells Chapel Geraldine Johnson, PO. Box 146, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4908 

White Oak Sally Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328^ 910-592-4712 

Brotherhood Directors 

Alum Springs Wayland Southerland, 635 Bennetts Bridge Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3752 

^^own Jimmy Carr, 4423 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Calvary Earl Rouse, 416 E. Dudley St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7963 

Clinton, First John West, 110 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5277 

Dobson Chapel Eugene Nethercutt, 1144 S. Dobson Chapel Rd., Magnolia 28458; 

910-296-6635 

Evergreen Floyd Sutton, 607 Trinity Church Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4905 

Prison C.J. Hobbs, PO. Box 292, Faison 28341; 910-267-3131 

^^^^^^d Coleman Carter, PO. Box 334, Garland 28441; 910-529-4121 

Grove Park James Parson, 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1670 

Immanuel Charles Adams, 2905 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6517 

^"^Sold Michael McLamb, 114 Byrd Yancey Bass Rd., Clinton 28328 

Island Creek Kenneth Batchelor, 209 Garland King Rd., Teachey 28464; 

910-285-4404 
Mount Gilead Larry Matthis, 4988 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-1660 
Mount Ohve, First Angelo San Fratello, 1286 Corbett Hill Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-9861 
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Mount Vernon ....Marshall Falatovich, 410 Beaverdam Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-8643 
Poston Charles Boney, 604 W. Stevens St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2469 

Rowan Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3437 

Sharon Troy Rhodes, 3459 S. NC41, Wallace 28521; 910-285-5254 

Siloam Charles Murphy, 8321 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrell 28444; 910-532-4533 

Turkey George Pinyatello, 351 Thompson Ave., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3293 

Union Grove Robert Anderson, 8811 Garland Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1430 

Wells Chapel Billy Ivey, 105 Sunset, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4708 

WMU Directors 

Alum Springs Marie Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3614 

Bear Marsh Beverly Hatch, 1173 NC 403 W., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3595 

Brown Ann Peterson, 1230 Basstown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2604 

Calvary Carolyn Rouse, 302 Hill St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-2127 

Calypso Lucille Koszvlinski, 438 Albritton Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5132 

Center Leona Blackburn, 10305 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4466 

Clinton First Donna Landes, PO. Box 1053, Clinton 28328; 910-592-7703 

Concord Mary Lee Usher, 3386 S. NC 903, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2681 

Corinth Linda Porter, 309 Williams-Taylor Creek Rd., Teachey 28464; 910-289-3602 

Dobson Chapel Betty Brown, 373 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2228 

Everoreen ..Daisy Chestnutt, 199 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Magnolia 28453; 

910-532-4632 

Faison Helen Britt, PO. Box 212, Faison 28341; 910-267-3391 

Garland Judy Harrell, 15890 Garland Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-529-1237 

Garner's Chapel Betty Deluca, PO. Box 182, Dudley 28333; 919-735-6617 

Grove Park Jeanette Wiggs, 107 Owl Roost, Clinton 28328; 910-590-2944 

Hickory Grove Carroll Armstrong, 11455 US 421 S. Clinton 28328; 910-564-2495 

Immanuel Lynn Adams, 2905 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6517 

Ingold Imogene King, 301 Old US 701 Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-529-1691 

Island Creek Kathaleen Caldwell, PO. Box 293, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4537 

Johnson Mary Phillips, 322 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7536 

Kenansville .Lorena Vestal, PO. Box 263, Kenansville 28349-0263; 910-296-0554 

Magnolia Gail Whaley, 231 John Rich Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-289-2145 

Mision Monte Olivo Lallie Rangel, 1066 Garners Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-0226 

Mount Gilead Vonda Williams, 56 E. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-5564 

Mount Olive, First Elizabeth Gordon, PO. Box 203, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-2062 

Mount Vernon Gurley Quinn, 305 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3552 

New Hope Lillian Johnson, 3515 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3303 

Piney Grove Emily Thornton, 3627 Gov. Moore Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3988 

Poplar Grove Wendy Massey, 11445 Keener Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3193 

Poston ..Glenda Brinson, 521 Forest Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-7109 

Rowan Emma Chambers, 1982 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2373 

Serenity Pat Carter, Rt. 4, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3902 

Sharon Shirley Denton, 1449 Durwood Evans Rd., Beulaville 28518; 910-285-3484 

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Siloam Mary Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-2021 

Teachey Willard Fussell, P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464; 910-285-3180 

^^T^^ey Helen Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove Brenda Saunders, 2501 Ezzell Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3537 

Warsaw Mary Powell, 609 N. Pine St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4951 

Wells Chapel Eunice Newkirk, 2105 Willard Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4229 

White Oak Judy Boney, 5635 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328;' 910-592-5506 

Committee on Committees 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 

1996 Terry Duff Rt. 3 Box 236, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4869 

1996 E.G. Mattocks 3515 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-533-3164 

,^^^ (H) 910-533-2251 

1997 Pat Wood (Chairman) 6045 Dave Bright Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 919-658-8004 

(H) 910-533-3143 

1997 James Paul 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-2636 

iQQQr^ uu (H) 910-285-7403 

1998 Gary Bell 749 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

1998 Joseph Cantrell 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-6133 

MEDIA LIBRARY: 

1996 Jewel Best P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28328; 919-658-4712 

1996 Barbara Shook 2458 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2794 

1997 (Chairman) 

1997 Edith Lee 503 Woodrow St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4484 

1998 Jo Ann Paul 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-7403 

1998 Virginia Hines PO. Box 86, Calypso 28325 

MINISTERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: 

1996 Lynn Bullock 3921 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6533 

1997 Dan Sellers 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; (C) 910-289-3718 

iQQo^ u n, (H) 910-285-2431 

1998 Graham Elmore 110 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7458 

(W) 910-293-4040 

STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: 

1996 James Best (Chairman) PO. Box 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 

1996 Robert Sanderson PO. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

iQQ^ ^^"^ '^'^^^^^ 2^^ Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4052 

1996 Marshall Falatovich 410 Beaver Dam, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8643 

1997 David Kolb PO. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124 (H) 910-592-3650 

]lll ^^^^y ^^"^S Ill Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-4787 

;lll ^^^1^" Sh^^er PO. Box 486, Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-3807 

inno ^''"'°'' ^^'^^^ P-O- ^°^ S5' Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0603 

1QQQ ^^^ ^''''^'' ^^"^^ Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3926 

1998 Greg Rouse (EBA Treasurer) 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328- 910-592-5287 



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CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

1996 George Pinyatello 351 Thompson Ave., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3293 

1997 Joey Cantrell (Chairman) 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 

919-658-6133 

1998 Marhn Bowlinq P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-2250 

(H) 910-289-3882 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: 

1996 Jeff Murray (Chairman) 481 River Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-5096 

1997 Katie Johnson 413 Powell St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2296 

1998 Shelton Justice 732 NC Hwy. 50 & 117, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7524 

MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE: 

1996 Tyanna Day (Chairman) PO. Box 467, Calypso 28324; 919-658-5223 

1997 Jimmie Johnson 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4206 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 

1996 Herbert Lanier PO. Box 96, Magnolia 28453; (C) 910-289-2217 

(H) 910-289-2916 

1997 Davis Benton PO. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; (C) 910-564-2343 

(H) 910-525-4319 

1998 Frank Turner 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7156 

(0 910-564-6060 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 

1996 Jackie Dixon 2330 Roseboro Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7691 

1996 Dennis Kirby P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0031 

1997 Lynn Bullock (Chairman) 3921 Taylors Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 

^ 910-592-6533 

1997 Farrell Miller 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4757 

(H) 910-293-4980 

1998 Larry Harper ...1503 White Flash Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-3614 
1998 Billy Howell P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; 910-285-2788 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: ^ ^^ 

1996 Margaret Stafford 5459 S. NC 41 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4739 

1997 Carroll Hobbs 502 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2750 

1998 H.C. Allen (Chairman) 301 Dan Swinson Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7029 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE: 

1996 Johnny Armstrong (Chairman) Rt. 1 Box 122, Clinton 28328; 910-564-2495 

1997 Jim Drake ..PO. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 (H) 910-293-7479 

1998 Donald Gordon Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 919-658-2062 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE: - oor ^. -. o 

1996 Felton Baker • 202 Hunter St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-7612 

1996 Paul Kennedy 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-267-7191 

(H) 910-267-1161 

1997 Elwood Oliver Box 549, Pink Hill 28572; 919-568-3541 



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1997 Karl Pittard 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-7508 

,^^„ (H) 910-592-7268 

1998 Aubrey Quakenbush (Chairman) 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4712 

1998 Paul Rose 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-4600 

(C) 910-267-5301 (W) 919-658-2303 

CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE: 

1996 Harvey Blanton (Chairman) 287 Murphy's Store Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

Q1 C'RQ 'PA'^Q 

1997 Michael Shook 609 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

1998 Billy Todd 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 

Associational Missions Development Program 

Amy Mathis, Mission Ministries Director 
Telephone (0) 1-800-593-7077, (H) (910) 592-3623 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: 

^^^QctoY Tim Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; (H) 910-532-2021 

u .u u ^o (W) 910-296-1851 

Brotherhood Representative 

WMU Representative Mary Evelyn Wells, PO. Box 66^ Rose Hill 28458; 

Q ^ c u 1 o 910-289-2691 

Sunday School Representative 

Promotion Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-590-3592 

Survey Director 

I. DEAF MINISTRIES (5 Members): 

Mary Boney, Chairman (1996) 3862 Hwy. 11 South, Wallace 28466; 910-285-2932 

Alma Stoddard (1997) 4 Washington Cir., Wallace 28466;' 910-285-8409 

Ben Hilliard (1998) E. Center St., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3203 

Jackie Pope (1998) 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328- 910-533-3454 

Dan Sellers (1998) 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; (H) 910-285-2431 

(C) 910-289-3718 

II. LITERACY COMMITTEE (3 Members): 

Florence Hoover, Chairman (1996) 340 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 

Q 1 • W . ,/1nn^^ 910-532-4336 

Sylvia Vestal (1997) PO. Box 805, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0603 

Glenda Herring (1998) 117 Hubbard PI, Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3002 

(W) 910-592-1919 

III. MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

Pat Brown,Chairman (1996) 1226 Beulah Rd., Clinton 28328- 910-592-3457 

S^T^T"'!'^ ^^^^^^ PO- Box 21, Harrells 28444^ 910-532-2271 

Michelle Reynolds (1998) 103 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6767 

IV LANGUAGE MISSIONS MINISTRIES (6 Members + Language Pastors) 

Jim Drake (1996) 209 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

(H) 910-293-7479 

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Betty Butts (1996) 103 E. Cavanaugh. Wallace 28466: 910-285-3917 

Shelton Price (1997) P.O. Box 732, Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-9333 

Amy Johnson (1997) 12425 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4746 

John Naylor (1998) 903 Walking Stick Tr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6244 

V. SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (6 Members): 

1996 Arline Rhodes 3459 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466; 910-285-5254 

1997 Marjorie Garris 1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333; 919-736-1825 

1997 Jane Kaleel 401 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328: 910-592-2043 

1998 Thurston Little 1000 Lakeview Dr.. Clinton 28328; 910-592-3523 

1998 Blanche Casey, Chairman 130 Guy Ln., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3324 

VI. VOLUNTEER CHAPLAINCY MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

1996 Harvey Blanton Rt. 2 Box 361, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2639 

1997 Billy Howell P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; 910-285-2788 

1998 Jimmy Creech, Chairman 4121 S. NC 11 Hwy.. Wallace 28466; 

(C) 910-285-2439 (H) 910-285-2476 

VII. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

1996 Margaret Stafford 5459 S. NC 41 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-284-4739 

1997 Mary Rose, Chairman 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 

(H) 910-532-2021 (W) 910-592-1961 

1998 Alice DeVane 633 Beasley Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-289-3657 

VIII. INTERFAITH MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

1996 Pat Wood 6045 Dave Bright Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3143 

1997 Melvin Weaver 316 Underwood St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6035 

1998 David Kolb, Chairman PO. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124 

(H) 910-592-3650 

IX. CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 

1996 Vicente Rangel 1066 Garners Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-0226 

1996 Lallie Rangel 1066 Garner's Chapel Church Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-0226 

1997 James Best P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; 919-658-4712 

1998 Paul Rose 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-4600 

(C) 910-267-5301 

1998 Paul Kennedy, Chairman 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-267-7191 

(H) 910-267-1161 

X. RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (3 Members): 

1996 Paula Matthis 1690 Edmond Matthis Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5802 

1997 Mack Musselwhite P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393 (C) 910-592-5562 

(H) 910-592-2056 

1998 Charles Taylor 116 Country Club Dr., Kenansville 28349; 910-296-1051 

XI. MEDICAL/DENTAL VAN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 

1996 Paul Kennedy 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-1161 

1997 Penny Lockerman 708 Peterson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2333 

1997 Farrell Miller, Chairman 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

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1998 Betty Rose 459 Norv;oorJ Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-4600 

1998 Corazon Ngo RQ. Box 530. Kenansville 28349: IQi 910-296-1811 

XII, MULTIHOUSING MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (6 Mernbersj: 

1996 Mary Hester Powell. Chairrn&n 609 X. Pine St.. VVarsav; 28398: 

ioo^ T ,c 910-293-4951 

1996 Joel Story 2600 X. McCulIen Rd.. Faison 28341: (Q 910-564-6061 

^,,^ <H) 910-564-4848 

1997 Duane C&ldwell 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458: (Q 910-532-4757 

100-7 u r ^H; 910-532-2822 

1997 Robert Jones 605 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328: ^Q 910-592-3937 

1QQS r T. ^H^ 910-592-3513 

1998 Jininny Johnson 519 W. Boney St.. Wallace 28466: 910-285-4206 

1998 Greg Day P.O. Box 467. Calypso 28325: 919-658-5223 

Messengers to Annual Session 

ALBERTSON: Nathan Kelly, Nancy Britt, Weldon Rouse, Jarr.es Johnson. Douglas Stroud 

ALUM SPRINGS: Larry Harper. Marie Harper. Elwood Oliver. Ruth Outlaw. Eugene Outlaw 

BEAR MARSH: Elbert Davis. Christine Davis. Joey Cantrell. Tamara Carr. Bennie Carr 

BEULAH: Milton Massey. Helen Massey 

BROWN: Curtis Pope. Juanita Crisp. Eloise Davidson. Jim Corbett. Frank Turner 

CALVARY: Betty Elmore 

CALYPSO: James Baker. Thomas Albritton. Greg Day 

CLINTON. FIRST: Pedro Bueno. Gary Rouse. Jean Hatch. Margaret Lndenvood. Edith Lee 

Joyce Camp. Elizabeth Hall. David Kolb. Edna McLamib 
CORINTH: R. Clifton Knowles. Mary Lee Hudson. Larrv King. Thelmia Jones 
DOBSON CHAPEL: Julia Brock. Janie Bland. Kate Kilpatrick. Eugene Nethercutt Pauline 

Nethercutt. Ruby Rouse 
EVERGREEN: Madison Lane. Dottie Sutton. Montez Whitfield. Duane Caldwell 
FAISON: Hazel Kelly. Helen Britt. Bob Britt 
GARLAND: Gene Hart. Judy Harrell. Dorothy Hart. Hosea Cain. Ruth Hufham. Aubreu 

Quakenbush 
GARNER'S CHAPEL: Tyanna Day. Randall Albertson. Annie Albertson 
GROVE PARK: Robert Jones. Leroy Hartsell. Alma Parson. Lora Wells. Michael Shook 

Eddie Wetherington. James Parson. Muriel Wetherington Jame^ W'ells 
HICKORY GROVE: Johnny Armstrong 
IMMANUEL: Billy Ellis. Joanne Overton. Allen Overton. Jettie Caddis. Ann Thigpen. M E 

Caddis 

ISLAND CREEK: Juanite Whaley. Dons Brown. Dollie Southerland. Millard Bounds Margaret 
King 

JOHNSON: Katie Kirby. Annette Kernstine. Carol Miller. Farrell Miller 
KENANSVILLE: Mildred Matthis. John Matthis. Edna Earle Brinson. Sylvia Vestal. Bnnson Ve^^tal 
Lorena Vestal. D. Gene Lakey. Florence Brown 

I^T^?^.^.^^^^ ^^""^ Martino. Susan Joynen Herbert Lanier. Charles Bowman. Chip Smith 
MISION MONTE OLIVO: Lallie Rangel. Vicente' Rangel 
MOUNT GILEAD: Lynn Bullock. Pauline Wiggins. Gertrude Powell 

MOUNT OLIVE. HRST: B.R. Huggins. Alma Bowden. Louis Pate. Elizabeth Hall. Erma Good- 
son. Cecil Columbus. Eunice Landin. Kenneth Goodson. Helen Columbus 

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MOUNT VERNON: Gurley Quinn, E.G. Mattocks, Milton Gainey, Evelyn Tew 

NEW HOPE: Thelma Ware 

PEAGE: Jewel Best, James Best, Pat Wood 

PINEY GROVE: Teresa Story, Joel Story, DeWitt King, Billie Lee, Ruth King 

POSTON: James Greech, Lizzie Bryant, Aileen Moore, Margaret Stafford, Annette Hender- 
son, Mary Boney 

ROSE HILL: Mildred Teachey, Garland Garr, William Wells, A.R. Teachey, Ruby Wells 

ROWAN: Lucille Yancey, Judith Hairr, Ralph Robinson, Donald Pope, Karl Pittard, Mary Bell 
Daughtry 

SHARON: Mary Piner, Madeline Norris, Doris Hatcher, Arline Rhodes, Dot Batchelor 

SHILOH: James Paul, Gathy Jarosewicz, Rifton Raynor, Kenneth Jarosewicz, Flonnie Hunter 

SILOAM: Robert Sanderson, Lela Harrell, Betty Sanderson, Tim Rose, Lizzie Mae Johnson, 
Mildred Garriss 

TEAGHEY: Elwood Fussell, Willard Fussell, Billy Howell, Esther Stuart 

TURKEY: Minnie Andrews, Arlene Pope, Douglas Musselwhite 

UNION GROVE: Patricia Fryar, Rodella Batts, Elsie Alphin 

WARSAW: James Strickland, James Drake, Jewel Taylor, Mary Hester Powell, Garolyn Drew, 
Gharles Taylor 

WELLS GHAPEL: Harry Hoover, Ottis King, Eunice Newkirk, Joan Ivey, Florence Hoover 

WHITE OAK: Maybelle Hall, Austin Hall, Davis Benton 



Proceedings 



168th Annual Session 

of 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

GHURGHES IN ASSOGIATION - DENOMINATIONAL SUPPORT 
FIRST DAY - October 30, 1995 - AFTERNOON SESSION 

1. Registration. 

2. Prelude music by Jean Hatch. 

3. Moderator Louis Pate called the session to order. 
. 4. Karl Pittard, host pastor, greeted messengers and visitors. 

5. Joe Story led messengers in singing 'All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." 

6. Karl Pittard read II Gorinthians 2:16b and Philippians 4:19, and led in prayer. 

7. A motion by Lynn Bullock on behalf of the Nominating Gommittee was made to elect 
Ottis King, Glerk, and Lucille Yancey, Associate Glerk. The motion was seconded and carried. 

8. Lucille Yancey gave the Registration report: from 38 churches, 112 Messengers and 
46 Visitors. The Moderator declared a quorum was present. 

9. Davis Benton made a motion to adopt the printed program as the agenda for the Annual 
Meeting. The motion was seconded and carried. 

10. Moderator Louis Pate made Gommittee Appointments: 

A. Preacher, Place: Graham Elmore, Gh., Larry King and Duane Galdwell. 

B. Resolutions: Mike Shook, Gh., David Kolb, James Greech, and Lynn Bullock. 
G. Memorials: Jimmy Strickland, Gh., John A. Johnson and A.R. Teachey 

11. Gary Rouse gave the Treasurer's Report, and moved its adoption. The motion was se- 
conded, discussed and adopted. 



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12. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. James Best presented the Proposed 1996 Budget, which will be voted on tomorrow. 

B. Joel Story led messengers in singing "Blessed be the Name" and "He Keeps Me Singing." 

13. The Association recessed for a short time. 

14. Jimmy Creech, pastor of Poston Baptist Church, gave instructions for arriving at Tues- 
day's session. 

15. Johnny Armstrong announced and presented new pastors: 

Billy Howell - Teachey 

Jimmy Flowers - Serenity 

Joel Story - Piney Grove 

Dean Wood - Ingold 

Farrell Miller - Johnson 

Donald Gordon - Mt. Olive, First 

Jimmy Creech - Poston 

Pedro Bueno - Maranatha Mission, Clinton, First 

Robert Jones - Associate pastor. Grove Park 

16. Special music was by Joel Story - "There's Something About That Name." 

17. Social Service Instructions Reports: 

A. Children's Homes - Moderator presented. A motion was received from the floor, 
and a second to accept the report. The motion carried. 

B. Retirement Homes - Aubrey Quakenbush. A motion and second were received to ac- 
cept the report. The motion carried. 

C. Hospital - Jim Camp presented. A motion and second was received from the floor 
to accept the report. The motion carried. 

18. Bill Yates spoke of the work of the Social Agencies, more specifically, Baptist Hospital. 
The cross and open hands represent: 

1. The cross represents our awareness that all healing comes from God. 

2. The hands are our witness to the role prayer has in healing. 

3. The hands represent our awareness that often God's healing comes through human 
hands. 

19. Messengers sang "We Praise Thee with our Minds, O Lord." 

20. Agency Reports: 

A. Biblical Recorder/Christian Literature - Millard Bounds 

B. Baptist Foundation - Tyanna Day 

C. Christian Higher Education - Davis Benton 

Following each report a motion and second were received to adopt the report, which 
carried. 

21. A group from Meredith College "The Bathtub Rings" presented a musical message. 

22. Sam Carothers, Chaplain, Meredith College, spoke to the role of Colleges. Several stu- 
dents shared their summer mission experiences. 

23. Missions Development Report - Tim Rose 

Pedro Bueno spoke of the work at Mision Bautista Maranatha, Vicente' Rangel spoke 
of the work at Mision Bautista Mt. Olivo, and Amy Mathis spoke of the work at Mision 
Bautista Getsemani. 

24. The Moderator recognized the EBA Choir who will present special music during the 
evening session. 

25. Pedro Bueno led in prayer and gave grace for the evening meal. 

26. Dinner was a time of sharing and fellowshipping around the table. 



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27. A musical Prelude was presented by Garry Stuart at the piano, with the EBA Choir. 

28. Allen Overton, Vice-Moderator, called the session to order. 

29. Joel Story read scripture from I John 5:1-13 and led in prayer. 

30. Jean Hatch led messengers in a Hymn Medley, "My Jesus, I Love Thee, I Love Thee, 
I Love You, Lord." 

31. Louis Pate presented the Moderator's Message on "Religious Freedom," noting the 
history of religious freedom and those who effected its reality. In our day, we must work to 
continue the existence of religious freedom, maintaining the separation of church and state. 

32. Jean Hatch reported on the New York Missions trip, with Karl Pittard reporting on 
the Ukraine Missions trip. 

33. Jim Camp presented the Missions Challenge. 

34. The Offertory Hymn was "Take my Life and Let It Be." 

35. A prayer was offered for support and blessings upon the offering. 

36. The Offering was received for the Bill Lamb Youth Evangelism Trust of the Association. 

37. The EBA Choir presented a special arrangement of "Jesus Saves." 

38. Greg Day read John 21:1-19. 

39. The Annual Sermon was preached by Tyanna Day - "Love God. and Live Like It." 
Simon Peter was asked if he loved the Lord. Although he answered in the affirmative, 

his life had not reflected his words. Jesus knew Peter could love God and live like it. 

Following the resurrection some disciples returned to their old way of life. Jesus had 
taught them they must follow Him to be successful. They listened as Christ served them break- 
fast. Jesus accepted Peter's answer and wrapped it in a task. Peter is to feed the sheep and 
tend the lambs. 

Words of love must be said along with actions. Jesus must ask Peter to care for His 
flock for which He has laid down His life. The responsibility is placed on each one who 
acknowledges love for Jesus - a high trust and responsibility. 

God has placed in our care some special lamb or sheep. Each is driven with a desire 
to feel wanted. We find in this task a place to serve our Lord. Our job as Christians is to 
show them God's love and a life lived without sin. When we truly love God, we will love His 
sheep and care for those He places in our path. 

We must seek the scattered flock and reach them for Christ. We are to be about the 
task of feeding and tending, since people see Jesus in us and are drawn to Him. 

The goal of our life is to love God and live like it. We are made in the image and like- 
ness of God. Jesus saves all of us not just a part of our lives. God cannot and will not change 
a heart that is not freely given over. 

40. The hymn "We Are Called to be God's People" was sung as a commitment to the Lord. 

41. Announcement of the offering noted $259.31 was received. 

42. The Benediction was given by Jim Camp. 

43. The body adjourned until Tuesday morning. 

During the First Day's Proceedings, Amy Mathis presented a plaque to Eunice New- 
kirk for seven years of service to the Senior Adult Program. Recognition and certificates 
were presented for New Missions Projects to Brown, Clinton, First, Grove Park, Kenansville, 
Maranatha Hispanic Mission, Mision Bautista Monte Olivo, Peace, Poston, Sharon Siloam, 
Warsaw, and Wells Chapel Churches. 

(Clerk's note: From 39 churches there were 151 Messengers, 24 visitors, 1 BSC, 3 EBA, 
and 15 workers, for a total of 194 present.) 



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CHURCHES IN ASSOCIATION - CHURCH INVOLVEMENT 

SECOND DAY - OCTOBER 31, 1995 - TUESDAY MORNING 

1. Registration. 

2. A musical prelude was presented by Jean Hatch. 

3. Moderator Louis Pate called the session to order. 

4. Joel Story led messengers and visitors in singing "Standing on the Promises." 

5. The Moderator recognized Clyde Davis, former Director of Missions. 

6. Jimmy Creech, host pastor, presented greetings, read Psalm 24:1-10. 

7. Registration Report by Lucille Yancey noted from 30 churches, are 125 messengers 
and 11 visitors. 

8. Ottis King, Clerk, reported on proceedings of the previous day. A motion and second 
were received to accept the report, which carried. 

9. Messengers and visitors sang "How Great Thou Art." 

10. Church Program Reports: 

a. Brotherhood - Karl Pittard 

b. Church Music - Jean Hatch 

c. Discipleship Training - Ann Thigpen 

d. Woman's Missionary Union - Deanna Matthews 

e. Sunday School - Gene Lakey 

Each report was followed by a motion and second to adopt, with each motion being 
approved. 

11. Johnny Ross presented a message on Sunday School emphasis, and the tasks of the 
Sunday School. 

12. There was a brief recess. 

13. In consideration of the proposed budget, Clyde Davis made a motion to adopt the bud- 
get, which was seconded and adopted. 

14. Several special announcements were made. 

15. Associational Committee Reports: 

a. Historical - presented as printed in Book of Reports. 

b. Ordination - Larry King 

c. Evangelism - Pat Wood 

d. Media Library - Joyce Camp 

Each report was followed by a motion to adopt, second and approval. There was dis- 
cussion following the presentation of the Ordination Committee Report. 

16. Adoption of Reports: 

a. Nominating - Lynn Bullock 

b. Committee on Committees - Jimmy Johnson 

Each was followed by a motion and second to adopt, which was approved. 

17. Messengers and visitors sang "The Church's One Foundation." * 

18. Doctrinal Sermon - "The Doctrine of the Church" - Lynn Bullock 

What is the church? It is a place to learn about the Bible and see role models The 
operation manual of the church is the Bible. The church has many members but Christ is 
the Head. 

Officers in the early church were Elders, Bishop, and Deacons. Organization came 
out of a necessity of failure to follow the Head and follow the leading and empowering of 
the Holy Spirit. 

With Christ as the Head, the church must be autonomous and without a creed With 
the cooperation with Associations and State Conventions efforts of the church are multi- 
plied. Through cooperation we can do more. The church recognizes no authority but Christ. 

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The church has a mission - to seek and save, through Jesus Christ, that which is lost. 
The church is the body of Christ, each of us is part of that body. The church functions best 
in obedience to the Holy spirit, as it obeys its Head. 

19. Report of Appointed Committees: 

a. Memorial - Jimmy Strickland (see list of deceased). 

b. Preacher, Time and Place - Duane Caldwell 

The first day of the 1996 Session will be at Warsaw with Calvary assisting. Millard 
Bounds will preach the Annual Sermon, with Jim Drake as alternate. The second day of the 
1996 Session will be at Bear Marsh with Alum Springs and Peace assisting. 

"The Committee further moves that this Committee in the future use the following 
criteria in selecting the preacher of the Annual Sermon: 1) the preacher subscribes to the 
preamble of the Bylaws of Eastern Baptist Association, which state support of the Southern 
Baptist Convention, the State Baptist Convention, and the Eastern Baptist Association; 2) 
the selection of preacher should be also based on his length of service in the Eastern Baptist 
Association; 3) there should be a consensus of the Committee members on the selection. 

We also move that the Committee of the 95-96 year explore the possibilities of a 
time that would be conductive for a larger gathering. A survey should be taken in order to 
explore these possibilities." The report was presented in the form of a motion which was 
seconded and approved. 

c. Resolutions - Mike Shook (see printed report) 

20. Jim Camp, Director of Missions, installed the officers for the coming year. 

21. Jimmy Johnson pronounced the benediction. 

22. The session adjourned to share in lunch, reflection, and fellowship. 

(Clerk's Note: From 33 churches, 119 Messengers, 16 visitors, 1 BSC, 3 EBA, for a total 
of 139 were present. 

Final registration: from 40 churches there were 183 Messengers, 50 visitors, 2 BSC, 3 
EBA, for a total registration of 238.) 




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Members Deceased During the Year 




ALBERTSON 

Eugene Herring 
Fanny Kelly 

ALUM SPRINGS 

Charity Herring 
Ethel Kelly 

BEAR MARSH 

Margaret Best 
Rosa Brock 
Elwind Dixon 
Glanton Holland 
Gordon Holland 
Charlie Kornegay 
Ruby Swinson 
Frances Young 

BEULAH 

No Deceased 

BROWN 

Lillis Hughes 
Furman Sessoms, Jr. 

CALVARY 

Danny Batts 
Henry Guy 
Carolyn Peterson 

CALYPSO 

No Deceased 

CENTER 

No Deceased 

CLINTON, FIRST 

David Burgess 
Crosby Hope 
Hortense Hunter 
Florrie Kenan 
Hattye King 
Walt Kitchin 
Goldmon Lovell 
N.A. Mitchell 
J. Mac Moore 
Gleva Robinson 
Venetia Whitley 



CONCORD 

G.R. Brice, Deacon 
George Herring 

CORINTH 

Norma Fussell 

N. Graham Johnson 

Kitty Knowles 

DOBSON CHAPEL 

Lillie Batchelor 
Quest Jarman 
Raymond Teachey 

EVERGREEN 

Catheron Dowtin 

FAISON 

Clara Brock 

Avery Cottle 

Melvin Rogers, Deacon 

Edward Ryrd 

Nellie Wheless 

GARLAND 

Woodrow Jarvis 
Ruby Smith 

GARNER'S CHAPEL 

Bessie Goodson 
Erma Goodson 
Paul Goodson 

GROVE PARK 

Brady Autry 
Sam Carter 
Charles Lewis 
N. McLamb 
Joe Melton 
Gialda Smith 

HICKORY GROVE 

Furman Lee 
Rosa Williams 

IMM ANUEL 

Brantley Bearefield 
Mary Hudson 






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INGOLD 

No Deceased 

ISLAND CREEK 

Lottie Rivenbark 
Kenneth Teachey 

JOHNSON 

Effie Boyette 
Peggy Greer 
Charles Todd, Jr. 

KENANSVILLE 

Earle Hatcher 
Magdelene Holland 
Joseph West 

MAGNOLIA 

Harold Ezzell 

MISION MONTE OLIVO 

No Deceased 

MOUNT GILEAD 

Callie Grady 
Claxton Peterson 
Elma Peterson 
Mary Lillie Peterson 
Kornegy Rackley 

MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 

Thomas Allen 
Norman Anderson 
Queenie Barber 
Coy Hinson 
Madge Jones 
H.E. Kennedy 
Leona Puckett 
Thomas Sulivan 
Robert Summerlin 

MOUNT VERNON 

Ennis Brown 
Nina Warwick 

NEW HOPE 

James Bland 
Bell Rivenbark 
Doris Warren 

PEACE 

Marie Tadlock 



PINEY GROVE 

Ethel Darden 
JoAnne King Harris 

POPLAR GROVE 

Mattie Andrews 
Lizzie Britt 

POSTON 

Pauline Anderson, Deacon 
Lydia Hairr 
Thelma Jones 
Lucy Pickett Lanier 
Oscar Reeves 

ROSE HILL 

Brantley Hawes 
Evelyn Johnson 
Bessie Martin 
Ruth Murray 
Ethel Rackley 
Eloise Teachey 

ROWAN 

Mildred Kennedy 
J.C. Kersey 
Pauline Phillips 
Eugene Quick 
Grey Swinson 

SERENITY 

No Deceased 

SHARON 

Catherine Rivenbark 

SHILOH 

Hobart Brinson 
Vivian Maready 

SILOAM 

Dixie Johnson 
Martha Powell 

TEACHEY 

Percy Heath 

TURKEY 

Lizzie Clifton 
Lizzie Moore 
Wilma Moore 
Janie Phipps 




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(Turkey cont.) 
Ollie Phipps 
Ruth Register 
Bessie Wallace 
Kermit West 

UNION GROVE 

Bertha Carter 

WARSAW 

Sarah Barnette 
Mamie Brown 
Robert Chestnutt 
Blanche Draughon 
Harold Ezzell 
Rachel Faulkner 
Kenneth Fussell 



Elois Harton 
Cranford Hinson 
Ruth Medlin 
Frances Quinn 
Charlie Ricketts 
Annie Mae Tucker 
Ethel West 
John Wood 

WELLS CHAPEL 

David Ennis 
Myrtice Ezzell 
J.T. Newton 
Eugenia Smith 

WHITE OAK 

Louise Haywood 




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History of Poston Baptist Church 

The history of Poston Baptist Church is a story of a blessing of our Lord Jesus Christ. 
Through his leadership many volunteers donated time, money and property in the building 
of a great church. 

Dr. Eugene Poston, the pastor of Wallace Baptist Church, saw the need for a mission in 
Tin City. Dr. Poston held a revival under a tent in 1954 with the intentions of starting a mis- 
sion. Following revival, Sunday School was held each Sunday under the tent. Hurricane 
Hazel destroyed the tent but not the spirit of Poston and Sunday School continued. 

Mrs. Jessie Harrell Williamson donated land and later the church bought from Mrs. William- 
son an adjoining piece of land which gave the mission adequate space to build and provide 
parking space. At this time we were known as the East Wallace Baptist Mission. Note: 
Eventually, Mrs. Jessie Harrell Williamson willed here entire property to Poston Baptist Church. 

The organization of Poston Baptist Church took place October 19, 1958 with 117 charter 
members. During that year a second story was completed and furnished. 

In 1962 the Education Building was bricked and the roof rebuilt. In 1964 David and 
Mary Boney donated a parcel of land for the building of a parsonage. The church parson- 
age was built that same year. 

In 1971 the church installed a new heating and air conditioning unit. The house formerly 
occupied by Mrs. Williamson was improved and used as Poston Fellowship Hall. 

Construction began on our present sanctuary in 1975. The ground breaking ceremony 
was held February 22, 1976. The laying of the foundation was started immediately, and on 
May 3, 1976 a special service was held to lay the cornerstone of our new sanctuary. 

The building was constructed by H&H Construction Company; Blanton's Electric Ser- 
vice installed the lighting; and Wallace Gas Service, Inc., installed the heating and air con- 
ditioning. Many others volunteered their time and talents both day and night in order to com- 
plete our new sanctuary in time for Homecoming. 

Through the leadership and love of God, and the help of all the people of Poston, the ded- 
ication service was held on October 10, 1976. Dr. Eugene Poston was our guest speaker. 

In the year of 1977 we added a media center. 

October 1984 ground was broken for a new fellowship hall. We celebrated our first Home- 
coming in the new fellowship hall in October of 1986. 

A ministry for the hearing impaired was begun at Poston in 1985 with the cooperation 
and support of the Eastern Baptist Association and the State Baptist Convention. 

Our Pastors 

Dr. Eugene Poston .....1954-1956 

Rev. Claude Marshall 1956-1959 

Rev. Leonard Quick 1959-1965 

Rev. Tommy Deese 1966-1969 

Rev. J. Huber Dixon 1970-1975 

Rev. Joseph I. Willis 1975-1979 

Rev. Donald R. Coley 1980-1990 

Rev. Billy Blakley 1991-1992 

Rev. J. ToddHorton 1993-1994 

Rev. James W. Creech, Sr 1995-Present 



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History of Wells Chapel Baptist Church 

Wells Chapel Baptist Church was organized as "Bull Tail Meeting House" in 1756 the 
twenty-second Baptist church to be organized in North Carolina. One feature of the new 
church was the appearance of it being a "hub" for other churches, since in one business 
'"*'f'"S^ matter was to be continued the next month when the church met at Moore's Creek 

In 1830 when the Association met at Bull Tail, the renowned missionary Luther Rice address- 
ed the matter of missions. In 1835 the name of the church was changed to Wells Chapel in 
honor of Wlham Weils pastor from 1802-1835. Land was given for the building by David 
Wells, pastor from 1854-1856. a y ^ 

From around 1902 until 1960 the church was in the Wilmington Baptist Association 
Through the years many of her members have held various offices within the Association 
. J^'f pastor was Samuel Newton, beginning a distinguished service of thirty-four pastors 
m Z39 years. The current pastor began his ministry in 1985. Among the known former pas- 
tors living are James Buerer, Maurice S. McLain, Kenneth Pittman, John Allen, Bob Calla- 
^q^'q^"^ / . '■ '^^'P*' ^- ""'■""S- °^dained by and served as pastor from 1922- 

l A IVr^ ^ ^f'°' °' ^""'' ^^P''=* ^^''''^' Winston-Salem, and also served as 
President of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Many from the same Herring 
family and others served as missionaries to China and other places. One such family member 
Mary Hernng, lives to this day. Some members, having moved away, later served as mission- 
anes in various countries. 

Twenty-four nnen have been ordained or licensed to the Gospel Ministry. Also two of 
her sons, Rupert Rivenbark serves as pastor of Bethel Baptist Church, Spring Hope, North 
Carolina, and Joe Wells serves as missionary in Ecuador 

Several churches trace their origin to Wells Chapel: Concord, Moore's Creek Willard 
and Siloam. A member was part of the formation of First Baptist Church, Wilmington' 
Another came into being in 1868 when upon request, the black members were given letters 
of dismission to enter into covenant as a church in their own right. Thus Keithem Baptist 
Church, Harrells, became a reality. The old building was dismantled and moved to Harrells 
for the new congregation. Several years ago. Wells Chapel presented a list of the original 
members that constituted Keitherson Baptist Church. Many of these churches have given 
fence toS^' '" ""^^'"^ *""" "'" ^' '"''" '°"' Senerations of churches in exis- 

Further evidence of interest in missions is noted of the organization of the WMU in 1824 
I he matter of missions is taken seriously as noted in the support of missions and involve- 
ment in mission education. Involvement by several members in the Association is an indi- 
cation of concern beyond the local church level. Wells Chapel is humbled as it joyously car- 
nes the name "Missionary Baptist Church." 




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Disciplcship Training Report 

During the 1994-95 Associational year, the Discipleship Training Program of the Eastern 
Baptist Association assisted churches in accomplishing tasks of reaching and equipping per- 
sons for discipleship and personal ministry by: 

1. Providing transportation for Bible Drill Leaders to attend a Bible Drill Training 
Workshop on November 3. 1994 at Pine Valley Baptist Church in Wilmington. This train- 
ing conference was sponsored by the Discipleship Training Department of the Baptist State 
Convention and led by Gene Lakey. 

2. Sponsoring -'M Night." November 21. 1994 at First Baptist Church. Mt. Olive. A 
Discipleship Training Fair was held with games, prizes and refreshments for all those attend- 
ing. Mt. Vernon Baptist Church was recognized for having the largest increase in attendance 
in their Discipleship Training Program and for also having the largest increase in enrollment 
in their Discipleship Training Program. 

3. Sponsoring a Doctrinal Study at Rowan Baptist Church. February 9 & 16. 1995. 
The study. "Partners with God. Bible Truths About Givir^g" was taught by Dr. Dean Mar- 
tin. Professor of Religion at Campbell University. 

4. Sponsoring the Deacon Leadership Conference at Warsaw Baptist Church on Feb- 
ruary 23. 1995. Rev. Dan Deaton of Bunn Level. North Carolina led the conference on 
"Deacon Ministry Burnout." 

5. Assisting^ Gene Lakey. Bible Drill Co-ordinator in conducting the Associational 
Children and Youth Bible Drill at Bear Marsh on April 8. 1995. Thirty-nine children and 
youth from eight churches participated with 34 advancing to the State Drill. 

6. Sending the Associational Discipleship Training Director to the Key Leadership Con- 
ference at Caswell on May 1-2. 1995. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Ann Thigpen. 

Associational Discipleship Training Director 

Brotherhood Report 

BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL: -. . -^ 

Karl Pittard - Director 

- Baptist Men 
Rob Jones. Challengers ; ^ 

John T. Brown - RAs 
John West - Promise Keepers 

SPECIAL PROJECTS: 

Rest stop ministries Golf Tournament 

Promise Keepers Ukraine Missions 

Camp Crafts Mission Expo 

TRAINING: Sent 3 people to Caraway Camp for Boys - October 13-14. 
MISSION STATEMENT: To involve men and boys in missions. 
GOALS: 

(RA) Enhance RA work with Camp craft exhibits 

(Challengers) - To start 4 Challenger Chapters 

(Baptist Men) - Leadership role in conduction Brotherhood Rally. January 27. 1996 



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(Director Goals) - Provide training for Assodational Brotherhood Leadership, and Church 

Brotherhood Leadership. 
Increase use of State Brotherhood Resources 
Lead in conducting Mission Expo. September 18. 1996 

Respectfully submitted. 

Dr. Karl Pittard. Rowan Baptist Church 

701 Rowan Road. Clinton. North Carolina 28328 

Eastern Baptist Association Evangelism Committee Report 

October 31. 1995 

In view of the enomious challenge before us the EvangeUsm Committee began a process 
of a comprehensive evaluation of it's purpose, goals, and methods 

A youth sub-committee has been formed to assist in ministering to youth The members 
on the comm ttee are Duane Caldwell. Paul Kennedy. .Mark Thomas, and Pat Wood Thi 
cornmt tee called for a couple of Association^ Youth Evaluation Meetings for all pastors 
youth leaders, youth workers. Junior and Senior high youth in order that we mav meet 
ogether pray together, discuss the needs of youth, and seek the Lord concerning Ais will 
m ministering to the youth of this association 

A TRUE LOVE VALENTINES CONCERT was held at the Clinton-Sampson Agri-Civic 
Center Sunday. February 12. 3:30 p.m. Approximately 200 people from Lous deno^- 
thems", ^"^"^^.^-.^"d ^'--^ -d lis youth made a True Love Waits promise to G^ 
themselves, their Riture spouse, their fumre children, family, and friends to remain sexually 
abstinent until they enter a biblical marriage relationship! We ^so had four rededications and 
4 professions of faith. Thank God for His love and mercy' 
Thp'^sinT^ 7!f '^'^'■^ '" ^ '^Sment on WTVD 11 news at 11:00 p,m, that evening, 

Ind anTceT '"^T ^ ''" ' '^"' ^^^" "'""' '"''""" '^''' commitments to chastity 
and an excellent editonal praising the youth for making their commitments 

have a Z ^°''' ^''*'^"°" l P'^""^d fo^ F*™^ry 11. 1996. The youths are invited to 
have a short presentation celebrating how True Love Waits, We urge you and your church 
to encourage and pray for our young people. 

The evangelisrn committee called the first ever Pastor-Deacon Chairman Evangelism 

we° mavr f h''' 1' '' '" " *^ '^"""^'"^ '^^' °f ^"^l^^^- ^^P^^ Church in ; der S 

we may hear from thenn how we can help them fulfill their responsibility to lead their church- 

.nyrayrntl^an::iit^"=^^^ ^^ ^'^^ "^^ °^ °- ^^^^^ -^'"^^^ ^ "-^ ^- -m- 

in S'cnTu^""" '" 7'?f r 'f' *'^ ^■'^^ *" °^d^^ ^h« -^ '"^V focus upon the rally 
who !o„IH ne ™'"'<^'°"t "f ^^d "= ^-i'h ^n opportunity to present the gospel to fnany 
who would never corne to church. Football coach Bobby Bowden from top ranked Rorida 
State University will be coming to Clinton High School Footb^l Stadium March 25 1996 

Sat snS"' °' '°°*^'- 'r''- ^"' ^^'* "^ '^ ^ S-*^- Baptist Layman who 
^arly speaks to groups across the country. A clear presentation of the gospel will be 
made ^ong with an invitation to make a persond commimiem to Christ Tickets are being 
■ssued to our church members to distribute free to all who plan to attend this event Churcres 
Pleied whe"n"""\'" 't"^ 'T"^ '° '^^'P "^ P^' '" *^ Sospel net. I believe God i 
tadvantaoe o I "^ "''° 'S"^ !" *^ H--<^«- Much work needs to be done to take 
Seer are 'needed °''°™""^- """'"'^ °' =°""^^"°^=- ^^'^ ^''^'^"'^' -d other vol- 



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None of these things could happen without the hard work, dedication, and burden for 
evangelism of our evangelism committee members. Please pray for us as we seek to serve. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Pat Wood, Evangelism Committee Chairman 

WMU Eighty-Sixth Annual Session Minutes 

The 86th Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union, Eastern Baptist Association 
met Thursday, April 27, 1995, at Kenansville Baptist Church, Kenansville, North Carolina. 

Melba Britt began our session with a musical prelude. Deanna Matthews welcomed 
everyone. Brenda Matthis announced a change in the Seasonal Farm Workers Picnic from 
one location in Clinton to four locations in our association. She will send more information 
to each church shortly. We are to consider how our church can help make the picnics in 
these four areas successful. The congregation sang "Footsteps of Jesus" and Joyce Camp 
lead in a devotion from Ephesians 1 and the prayer calendar for the day. 

Carolyn Drew presented our "Woman of the Year" plaque to Helen Register of Turkey 
Baptist Church. 

Margo Montgomery challenged us with the song "Each One Reach One." 

Jean Hatch introduced the afternoon speaker, Larry Holcomb, Church Planter 
Apprentice, Flushing, New York. Larry helped us know what he does in New York and what 
our Annie Armstrong offering does. We help to birth a church when we give to home mis- 
sions or go as volunteer missionaries to help in his work. 

After the benediction and blessing, the session adjourned for the evening meal. 

The evening session began with an invocation by Deanna Matthews and the call to order. 
The congregation sang "Hark the Voice of Jesus. . ." 

The business consisted of the following: 

1. The reading of the eighty-fifth session minutes. 

2. The reports of the various organizations were called to the attention of the group and 
all were encouraged to read the reports as presented in the program. 

3. The report of the nomination committee was accepted and the following officers, hav- 
ing been elected, were installed by Inez Peterson: 

^ WMU Director Deanna Matthews 

Assistant WMU Director Carolyn Drew 

Secretary Joan Bullock 

' Missions Growth Consultant Jeanette Wiggs 

Assistant Missions Growth Consultant 

Missions Involvement Consultant Mary Evelyn Wells 

Assistant Missions Involvement Consultant Gail Whaley 

Women on Mission Consultant Brenda Matthis 

Assistant Women on Mission Consultant Cyndie Falatovich 

Acteen Consultant Ann Byrd 

Assistant Acteen Consultant Cathy Cottle 

Girls In Action Consultant Lynette Kennedy 

Assistant Girls In Action Consultant Amy Lebahn 

Mission Friends Consultant Angle Bass 

Assistant Mission Friends Consultant Jane Robinson 

Ethnic/Language-Culture Consultant Florence Hoover 



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5 Age Level Consultants: 

IrT^A}^: Inez Peterson 

2- ^^'■'^"d/Star Betty Sanderson 

3. Faison/Warsaw Ma Hester Powell 

^■."^t. Olive Edna E. Bell 

5. Wallace/Rose Hill B.tty Butts 

Mrs. Peterson challenged us to "get excited and get delighted " 
Mrs. Matthews recognized all of the pastors attending our annual session 
iA7Mr r^f uT' *"' i"*''°^"'^<^'' ^'^ ^ife- P^Wcia, who presented a skit entitled The New 
WMU through her character Judesa Kidsby. The skit was not only informative but very 
entertaming. Patricia also gave her testimony after finishing the skit, telling how much WMU 
rias aiTected her life. 

Carolyn Hopkins, Women on Missions Consultant, with the North Carolina WMU con- 
ducted a question and answer period after the skit. Those who had questions were given the 
information they were seeking. 

Rev. Gene Lakey, Pastor of Kenansville Baptist Church, gave the benediction 

huture hosts for the annual session listed in the program are: 

1996 p ^.„ 

1997 Rose Hill 

-|QQ^ Mount Gilead 

1999 f^ison 

2QQQ Grove Park 

Poston 



One hundred seventy persons attended, representing 



twenty-six churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Deanna Matthews, Director 

Joan Bullock, Secretary 



Woman's Missionary Union 

TIMe'tO rROli^^^^^ ^? ^°"^""'' Missionary Union with emphasis on A 

o™t?p ?T n' ^7'^^ Watchword has been ''May the Lord make your love for 
one another and for all people grow more and more" (I Thess. 3:12 a TEV) "Teach them 
to Love the Lord" and "A Time to Grow" have been the hymns for this year 

• Tl ['^^^' ^^ ^"^ ^''"""' ^"^^ ^ Mother-Daughter Banquet and recognition ser- 
vice with Kathy Quinn, WMU GA Director as speaker 

The Warsaw/Faison area churches' WMU Councils held a Prayer Fellowship at Kerjans- 

b se? r.T"'"' """ ""^''^''^ ^^^^°"' ^^^"^°"' ^----sville and Warsaw God has 
blessed us with dynamic prayer warriors and prayer intercessors 

M.f?^ ^"^ u/m; ri?^^^^^^ 7' 1994, the Baptist Women's Day of Prayer was led by Deanna 
Srto(^!! ' "' Kenansville Baptist Church. The theme was A Time to PrT 

at J!^, f'^^^iSn Mission Study was taught by Joyce Camp, WMU Mission Action Director 
at Grove Park. Theme: Growing and Servino with R.pti.t .s in a N.u, Fnv-op. 

The January 21, 1995 Prayer Retreat at Mount Gilead was led by Sandra Harrison a 

sSor^^^^^^^^ Approved Worker. A lunch of soup and sandwiches folLed the prayer ses 
sion tor the 91 women who attended. 



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On April 22, 1995, a regional training session was conducted in the First Baptist 
Church, Clinton, for church WMU age-level organization leaders. WMU has made major 
organizational changes to simplify the overall structure and allow churches to customize it to 
fit their needs. The work will have a new look, effective October, 1995. 

The WMU 86th Annual Session, April 27, 1995 was held in Kenansville Baptist Church 
and co-hosted by Dobson Chapel. Speaker for the afternoon session was Rev. Larry Hol- 
comb, Home Missionary of Flushing, N.Y. The evening session speaker was Patricia Frazier, 
a WMU specialized worker, who portrayed THE NEW WMU AS JUDESSA. Following the 
monologue, Carolyn Hopkins, from the NC WMU Department answered questions relating 
to changes in WMU for October, 1995. 

Helen Register was presented WMU Woman of the Year plaque. A total of 177 persons 
attended the 86th Annual Session. 

Approximately 150 persons attended the Seasonal Farmworkers Picnic, July 16, 1995 
at four different sites: Warsaw, Faison, Chinquapin and Clinton. 

Training for the Associational WMU Leadership Team was attended on August 18-19, 
1995 at Fort Caswell. Key Leadership Training for church WMU Directors was taught by 
Deanna Matthews, EBA WMU Director, in Warsaw Baptist Church on August 24, 1995. 

A church WMU Leadership Team Training session for all age-level organizations was 
held at Warsaw on September 21, 1995. 

This year has been one of growth spiritually through missions education and involve- 
ment. Prayerful support has led us and strengthened us to serve. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Deanna Matthews, WMU Director 



Executive Board Report 

Allen Overton, Vice-Moderator, presided at the January 20, 1995, meeting at Calvary 
Baptist Church, with 21 churches represented. A youth sub-committee has been formed 
within the Evangelism Committee. Cooperative Agreement requests from the Baptist State 
Convention for 1996 were approved. Missionaries-in-residence, Robert and Linda Plummer 
expressed appreciation to the people and churches. They will be returning soon to the Do- 
minican Republic and then transfer to Trinidad. 

Louis Pate, Moderator, presided at the April 20, 1995, meeting at Johnson Baptist 
Church, with 25 churches represented. New pastors coming into the Association are Dean 
Wood, Ingold; Joel Story, Piney Grove; Ferrell Miller, Johnson; and James Creech, Poston. 
Announcement was made of the dedication of the Clinton Hispanic Mission building. 

Louis Pate, Moderator, presided at the July 20, 1995, meeting at Teachey Baptist Church, 
with 30 churches represented. Representatives approved a recommendation from the Exec- 
utive Committee to place component program committee members on a three year rotation. 
The Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries Committee and the Language Missions Committee 
were merged into the Language Missions Ministries Committee, composed of six rotating 
members plus pastors of all non-English Language Missions in the Association. New pastors 
include Marlin Bowling, Rose Hill; and Pedro Bueno, Clinton Hispanic Mission. A commis- 
sioning service was held for participants of the Mission trip to New York. 

■., , ^ Respectfully submitted, 

Ottis L. King, Clerk 



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Sunday School 

The ASSIST team is your association's tool for you to help your church's Sunday School 
The dedicated members of this team serve because of their love for Christ and the desire to 
help others. Sunday School tune-up, Key Leadership Training, VBS Clinic have been sev- 
eral of the noticeable events in the life of the ASSIST team's work within the association. 
The past year has been a good year numerous churches participating in associational 
events. 

The position of director for the ASSIST team will be filled by Gene Lakey for the upcom- 
ing year. Look for great things to happen in the coming months. Your responses to surveys 
have given the team a better insight on how to meet you as churches and as individuals on 
a common ground. There will be a fall and spring Sunday School workshop and other events 
sponsored by your ASSIST team. Be in prayer about your participation in ASSIST team 
events this coming year. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mark Thomas 



Church Music Report 



The two main functions of the Church Music Program in 1994-95 have included the 
New York City Mission Trip and the, organization of an Associational Choir In April 1995 
mission team members began to meet weekly in preparation for mission opportunities in 
New York City. In addition to Backyard Bible Club survey, and kitchen renovation the team 
led in worship through music on Friday, July 28 at the new worship site of Canaan Baptist 
Mission in Queens. This service included solos, children's message, children's choirs sinqino 
and the mission team choir. 

In September, 1995, our Associational Choir had it's first rehearsal. This choir was 
tormed to encourage fellowship among the members of our churches and provide an oppor- 
tunity for choir members to sing at associational events. 

More people have become involved through these projects, and it is our prayer that this 
excitement will continue. Many thanks to Warsaw Baptist Church for "hosting" the rehearsals. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jean Hatch 



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Vacation Bible School Report 

The Associational VBS Clinic was held May 4, 1995 with 86 people attending. 





Total 


Avg. 


Accepted 


Standard 


Church 


Enrollment 


Attendance 


Christ 


Level 


Albertson 


23 


23 




Standard 


Alum Springs 


56 


51 




Standard 


Brown 


40 


33 




Standard 


Calvary 


85 


67 




Not Indicated 


Clinton, FBC 


182 


177 


17 


Advanced 


Concord 


84 


67 




Standard 


Evergreen 


55 


48 




Standard 


Faison 


71 


60 




Not Indicated 


Garland 


85 


72 


7 


Not Indicated 


Garner's Chapel 


67 


56 




Not Indicated 


Grove Park 


151 


107 


1 


Standard 


Immanuel 


60 


59 




Standard 


**Kenansville 


41 


38 (Community VBS) 




Mount Gilead 


89 


80 


1 


Standard 


Piney Grove 


58 


55 


-^ 


Standard 


Poston 


165 


123 




Standard 


Rose Hill 


45 , 


35 




Standard 


***Rowan 


85 


75% 




Advanced 


Sharon 


93 


81 




Not Indicated 


Shiloh 


101 


88 V 


4 


Not Indicated 


Siloam 


50 


42 


^ 


Standard 


Teachey 


38 


36 




Not Indicated 


Turkey 


73 


69 




Standard 


Union Grove 


35 ^ 


30 




Not Indicated 


Warsaw 


49 


38 




Not Indicated 


White Oak 


62 


43 


1 


Standard 



** Backyard Bible Clubs: 

Canaan Church . Queens, NY, led by EBA Mission Team 
Kenansville (3 clubs held - enrollment of 30 (8 faculty members) 

*** Mission VBS: 

Rowan Baptist at the Adult Day Care Center 
Enrollment (1 school) 16 and 3 workers 

Media Center 

The Media Center has a good variety of videos available for individuals or church groups 
to use. Each month the center receives the Home Missions Update, the Foreign Missions 
Update, and the North Carolina Mandate; each has up-to-date mission news related to its 
area of ministry. 

The center also has videos and tape series related to the youth development, parenting, 
experiencing God, the Annuity Program, evangelism, and other topics. This year four Ken 
Callahan's book were purchased. There are also videos in Spanish. 

Please come and browse in the Media Center and see what is available. 

-^ • ' Joyce Camp, Chairman 

Media Center Committee 



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Ordination Committee Report 

The Ordination Committee examined and recommended Dean Wood to be ordained to 
the Gospel ministry by Ingold Baptist Church, and Garry Stuart, who was requested by War- 
saw Baptist Church. 

Both men have been ordained. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Larry King, Chairman 

Resolutions Committee Report 

Whereas, we are indebted to various committees and individuals for arranging and con- 
ducting the business of the One Hundred and Sixty-Eighth Session of the Eastern Baptist 
Association, be it resolved: 

1. That we express our appreciation to Moderator Louis Pate for his leadership and to 
the officers of the Eastern Baptist Association for their work throughout the past year. 

2. That we express our appreciation to the host churches, Rowan Baptist Church with 
White Oak assisting, and to Poston Baptist Church, with Wells Chapel assisting, for gra- 
ciously providing their facilities and for the meals provided. 

3. That we express our appreciation to the many churches that have hosted meetings, 
and other events for the Association throughout the past year. 

4. That we express prayerful support for our Director of Missions. Rev. Jim Camp and 
his wife. Joyce: that we express our gratitude to Mrs. Jo Neal Robinson for the outstanding con- 
tribution she makes to the ongoing work of the Association: and that we gratefully acknow- 
ledge the work of Miss Amy Mathis who has faithfully served as Missions Ministries Director. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Michael Shook. Chairman 

David Kolb. Lynn Bullock & James Creech 

1994-1995 Missions Development Council Report 

The Council hosted a Missions Celebration Banquet on November 3. 1994 at Warsaw 
Baptist Church, for the purpose of recognizing the E.B.A. churches which have been active 
in community ministries. Twenty four churches and 3 missions were honored, and also chal- 
lenged to continue reaching out to this area to meet human physical, spiritual and social 
needs. To gather all this data, surveys were sent to church missions and/or ministry leaders. 
Each year there will be a similar survey and recognition for local missions. By the way. 
Eastern was the first Association in North Carolina ever to host such a Banquet. Special 
thanks is due to Warsaw Baptist Church for the use of their facilities. 

At the dinner, appreciation was expressed to Council Director Lucille Yancey for her 
years of leadership. She turned over the Council's director position to Tim Rose in January 
1995. The Council meets quarterly, and this year accepted two new components: Language 
Missions Ministries, which merges the existing Language Missions Committee with the 
Seasonal Farmworkers" Program; and the Multihousing Ministries Committee, which will 
begin work in 1996. Additionally, next year the Missions Development committees will 
begin a 3-year rotation system, like the rest of the Associational programs. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Tim Rose. Director 

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Christian Social Ministries 

This year the Christian Social Ministries Committee has been on a mission to investigate 
and learn as much as possible about any and all work being done in our association with 
regard to clothes closets and food pantrys. One way in which we have tried to do this is by 
obtaining the name and address of a contact person from each church in the association 
who might work with or have a clothes closet or food pantry in operation. We have received 
the names and addresses of several people, and are now in the process of studying what is 
currently in operation. 

The Christian Social Ministries Committee would like to see our area clothes closets and 
food pantrys being used to their fullest extent to help those who truly need these kinds of 
services. Often times these services may need to be promoted by our churches and so we 
are also seeking ways to promote the use of our already existing clothes closets and food 
pantrys. There are always people in need, and as Christians we should be willing to seek 
ways to fulfill these needs in our society. This year our committee hopes to continue its work 
in helping to meet these particular needs. 

■ Respectfully submitted, 

Mary Rose, Chairman 

1994-1995 Church Extension Ministries Report 

The Church Extension Ministries Committee is available to help churches plant and 
develop mission-type congregations in their communities. These new churches most likely 
will feature contemporary worship and will appeal to new residents of this area. In the past 
the Mt. Olive area was explored as a possible site for such a mission; other regions of the 
Association are also in need of new churches. 

Let's especially thank Rev. Coleman Thomas for his leadership and insight. Unfortunately 
in September 1995 he to resigned as chair due to his retirement. The committee will receive 
new leadership in time to start the new year. 

' i. Respectfully submitted, 

Amy Mathis, Mission Ministry Director 

Deaf Ministries Report 

There has been very little interest shown in the churches in regards to ministry to the 
deaf. Mount Vernon has shown some interest, for which I am very grateful. 

The Deaf Mission at Poston Baptist Church is alive and well. Much is being accomplished. 
Please pray that more people will see the need to minister to the deaf in our association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary P. Boney 



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Poston Deaf Mission 

The Poston Deaf Mission held its annual area banquet November 11, with Rev Cliff 
Talosa of Hickory as speaker. 

Revival services began November 10 and ended with the banquet. Many area deaf peo- 
ple attended. ' 

Fellowships on Christmas and Valentine's Day were enjoyed with many area deaf 
attending. 

Fourteen people attended TIC May 19, 20, 21 at Caraway. 

Worship services are held Sunday morning and evening. Bible study every Sunday morn- 
ing and evening as well as Wednesday Night with Clessy Worley leading. 
Ben Milliard has been elected Deacon for the Deaf. 

^. ^y?^ ^"""^J^ ^^' ^^^^ S^^^^ ^° ^^6 Mission. Plans are being made for Deaf Awareness 
Month during the month of October. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary F. Boney 

1994-1995 Interfaith Witness Ministry Report 

Special thanks goes to Rev. Randy Cowan for his years of leadership with this commit- 
tee; we 11 miss him as he begins a new ministry in Kinston. Dr. David Kolb has agreed to be 
chair starting in January. 

Let's welcome a new Interfaith Witness Associate, Melvin Weaver of Grove Park Baptist 
Church. He was trained in the area of Atheism and Secular Humanism, and led a seminar 
at Grove Park on April 30, 1995. The Association's Media Library is well-stocked with 
videos, books, and other resources on cults and world religions; these are available for your use. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Amy Mathis, Mission Ministry Director 

1994-1995 Language Missions Ministries Report 

This committee coordinates our Hispanic missions' work, and any future outreach to 
Hispanic or other language groups can be included. We welcome our newest mission co- 
sponsored by Rose Hill and First Baptist, Wallace. 

One concern that has been getting more serious is the lack of funeral and financial plan- 
rr"?°"2 many Hispanics. Three of our missions have recently had to deal with these dif- 
ficult situations The mission pastors, together with local funeral directors and insurance 
salespeople, helped the Association office in putting together a Spanish brochure that briefly 

wiS^Hi t hTf , '"'' '"^ ^°^ '° P'"'' ^^^ °"^'^ ^^^^^^- ^^'' P^^PW^t has been 
widely distributed and copies are available at the E.B.A. office. In July the Association voted 
to combine the Language Missions Committee with the Seasonal Farmworkers' Ministry 
Committee, due to the changing nature of Hispanic immigration to North Carolina Most of 
Tto ZsTeaHty^'' ''' "°'' P^™nent rather than migratory, and our program has adapt- 

'^' "" > Respectfully submitted. 

Amy Mathis, Mission Ministry Director 

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Literacy Ministries Committee Report 

The Literacy Committee has met regularly. A workshop was planned and held in Feb- 
ruary at Warsaw Baptist Church. The trainer was Gladys Baker from Wilmington. 

The Pastor of the Spanish Bautista Maranatha Mission in Clinton, Rev. Pedro Bueno, is 
teaching English to his parishioners weekly. 

Ongoing work is being done by trained tutors. More trained tutors have plans to get involved. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Florence Hoover 



Medical/Dental Van Ministry Report 

The Medical Dental Van owned and operated by the North Carolina Baptist Men came 
to Sampson and Duplin counties on July 6, 7, 8, and 9, 1995. This mission was support- 
ed by our Christian community through donations, volunteers and many prayers. This year 
fifty clients received medical and/or dental care. 

Each year this van has come to our community, I have truely seen the Lord at work. 
Physicians, Dentists, Physician Assistants, Nurses, and translators volunteered time to pro- 
vide patient care. Medical offices and local pharmacies in Clinton donated supplies needed. 
Volunteers from many areas assisted in seeing that clients' needs were met and paperwork 
was done. Each action demonstrated the love of our Jesus Christ. All who came for assis- 
tance, received the help they needed. 

It is interesting how our Lord makes all things possible. In Chinkapen, initially, it appear- 
ed the mission of the van had not been commrunicated to the community. Yet, the visibility 
of the van brought curiosity and the word of the van and our Lord reached many. In Mt. 
Olive the Van was not fully operational due to lack of sufficient power resource. The Lord 
provided this ministry the use of a dental office, thus dental needs were met. Glitches turned 
into blessings! 

Thanks to all who contributed to the success of the Medical Dental Van. Donations not 
used will remain in an account for next year's ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
' "^ - Penny H. Lockerman 

1995 Mentally Handicapped Committee Report 

When activities are held on an associational level, our plans include group homes (21), 
Heritage Care (7), Warsaw Skilled Creations (6), and individuals at home (6). Our group usu- 
ally totals 40 special people plus workers. 

The annual Christmas Banquet was held at First Baptist-Clinton again. This year, the 
menu was heavy hors d'oeuvres and Christmas goodies. Dr. David Kolb brought a Christ- 
mas message before singing Christmas carols encouraged a visit from Santa. 

A Mexican theme party was held at Warsaw Baptist Church in March. After eating 
Mexican food, the group was entertained by Mr. Glenwood Hemmingway with his musical 
talent and spanish-speaking ability. 

The Evergreen Brotherhood again invited the group to an Easter Brunch. The beautiful 
decorations, great food and fellowship, wonderful music and Easter story was a great start 
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J 



In April, most of our group attended Spring Fling at Campbell University. All partic- 
ipated in games, crafts or swimming followed by a picnic and puppet show 

Attending Happiness Retreat at Camp Caraway is the highlight of most individual's year 
This year 39 campers and 9 chaperons had a wonderful time thanks to many of you and 
the Sampson County Association for the Handicapped ($1,000). 

At Happiness Retreat, the idea of establishing Christian group homes in our area was 
presented. Be in prayer with us as we seek God's will in this project. 

There are three Sunday School classes in the association for the mentally handicapped 

It you know a mentally handicapped individual that needs to be included in our group of 
special people, please let us know so we can be in contact with him or her 

If you or your group would like to help with an activity, please contact us. Each quarter 
we try to have an activity for these special people. 

Pat Brown: 592-3457 

Carol Todd: 532-2271 

Michelle Reynolds: 592-6767 

1994-1995 Resort/Leisure Ministries Report 

Through resort and leisure ministries, churches have a great opportunity to reach out to 
travellers, sportspeople, and area residents. With the leadership of new chairperson Charles 
Tay or, next year the Committee plans to start special projects such as a refreshment stand 
at Warsaw s 1-40 rest stop, and information booths at one of the county fairs. Many volun- 
teers will be needed, so please give some prayer about using your gifts in resort and leisure 
ministries. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Amy Mathis, Mission Ministry Director 

1994-1995 Seasonal Farmworkers Ministry Report 

Again the summer ministry reached many Hispanic and other seasonal farmworkers in 
Sampson, Duplin and southern Wayne counties. The student missionaries were Jennifer 
Bates, from Mars Hill College, and Jeffrey Foxx, from North Carolina State University Their 
work included Backyard Bible Clubs, an adult Bible study, visitation with the Hispanic pas- 
tors, assistance with the Medical/Dental Van project, and speaking in churches. They min- 
istered with both Hispanic and black seasonal farmworkers. 

They worked together with many volunteers, including 5 mission groups from North Caro- 
lina, Virginia, and Alabama. Two ladies, from N.C. and Georgia, also came to assist the sum- 
mer missionaries. One mission group travelled all the way from New York City - they were 
members of Canaan Baptist Church, which has a special relationship with EBA The 
Kenansville Baptist Young Women also served for a week. 

On July 16, the annual picnic hosted by the E.B.A. Baptist Young Women was carried 
out in a new and different way. This fellowship event was held at four sites throughout the 
area, to better reach people. Thanks go to Sharon, Faison, and Getsemani Mission church- 
es and to Wayne Wilson for their willingness to serve as hosts 

K- l^^'-l'u^uT ^^^ ^^'^ ^^^' ^°' ^^^ ^^^'°"^^ Farmworkers' Ministry, since it is being com- 
bined with the Language Missions program. The work will go on, but with the Hispanic mis- 
sions sharing much more of the responsibility. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Amy Mathis, Mission Ministry Director 

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1994-1995 Senior Adult Ministry Report 

This past year has continued to be a time of interest and growth for the Senior Adult 
Ministry of the E.B.A. 

The Committee includes Lois Colwell, Arline Rhodes, Blanche Casey, Margie Garris and 
Eunice Newkirk, and they met regularly with Mission Ministry Director Amy Mathis to pro- 
mote interest and encouragement. 

The annual picnic in September 1994 was held at the Duplin Country Club in Kenans- 
ville. The program included Cathy Hopkins, former Mission Ministry Director of E.B.A. She 
did our devotional. Robert Cancro, comedian, was the entertainer. 

In Spring 1995 we shared a three-day trip to Caraway Conference Center. The Retreat 
offered beautiful scenery, inspiring messages and fellowship. 

The March 23 Senior Adult Rally was hosted by the Kenansville Baptist Church. Pastor 
Gene Lakey did the devotional. Rev. Jean Hatch led the congregational singing, with spe- 
cial music by Lua Turner and Garry Stuart. Lucille Yancey introduced Rev. Bill Yates, of the 
Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, who shared inspirational thoughts concerning caregiv- 
ing. 

Again the fall came in with a bang! The Annual Picnic was again held at the Duplin 
Country Club. We had about 160 people taking part and enjoying the program. Rev. 
Tyanna Day of Garners Chapel gave the devotional. We had Rev. Cleve Wilkie, author and 
humorist, as speaker. Rev. Jean Hatch led the group in singing, and Rev. Ottis King cap- 
tured the event on video. 

We had many volunteers who were wonderful and willing to make the day joyful and ful- 
filling. 

We have been blessed as senior citizens. And we can't thank all of you enough who have 
helped make this so. May the ministry continue to grow and serve, and be blessed. 

. , ' ^ Respectfully submitted, 

Eunice E. Newkirk, Chairman 

1994-1995 Volunteer Chaplaincy Ministries Report 

This committee has the potential to help churches minister in institutions - nursing and 
rest homes, hospitals, jails, and industrial settings. Much of this work is already being car- 
ried out by pastors and devoted volunteers, and the Association will be glad to assist church- 
es in this ministry through the Volunteer Chaplaincy Committee. Rev. Jim Creech, pastor 
of Poston Baptist Church, will begin service as chair in January. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Amy Mathis, Mission Ministry Director 

Gethsemani Baptist Hispanic Mission 

The Hispanic mission suffered the loss of its pastor during the year. Some of the mem- 
bers have helped in supply preaching, but we desperately need a new pastor to stabilize the 
work. The State Convention has supplied us with the names of several men who might help 
us on a temporary basis. Dr. Charles Allen, former missionary to Guatemala, has also con- 
sented to help us. Several families have moved, reducing the number of people participat- 
ing, but attendance is still around 20-25 for the Saturday night and Sunday morning ser- 
vices. Mission financial giving provides enough for local expenses, including regular contri- 
butions to the Cooperative Program and the Eastern Baptist Association, but assistance will 
be needed whenever a Pastor is secured. Please be in prayer for the success of this chal- 
lenging and exciting work. 

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Maranatha Baptist Hispanic Mission 

(Clinton, First Baptist Church) 

Despite the hard works and trials, the Maranatha Hispanic Mission thanks God for all 
his help and guidance. On May 7, 1995 our mission inaugurated a new building and a new 
pastor, Pedro Bueno. We are growing and seeking to do God's will in the Clinton and sur- 
rounding area. It is a joy to have our own worship facility. We appreciate the hard work and 
many gifts that the people of Eastern Baptist Association and those of First Baptist. 

We are having an average attendance of 45 in Sunday services, and we are disciplining 
27 adults for baptism. "He who reaps receives wages and gathers fruit for eternal life, so 
that the sower and reaper my rejoice together." (John 4:36) We have seasonal workers who 
seem to keep coming into the fall. Please pray for us as we seek to be obedient to our Lord 
and Master Jesus Christ. "There will be trials and hard times, but the church of the Lord 
keeps on going." (Matt. 16:18) We covet vour pravers. 

Sincerely, 
Pedro Bueno, Mission Pastor 

Mt. Olive Hispanic Mission Report 

In 1995 the Mision Monte Olivo continued to grow and reach out to the local Hispanic 
community. The mission hosted two seminary extension classes, and held two revivals - one 
in May and the other in August. A total of thirteen people were baptized in 1995. 

The mission has outgrown its present space. Seven acres were purchased for a new 
sanctuary. At the time of this report, First Baptist Mt. Olive is planning to start construction 
of a metal church building on this site in early 1996. 

The pastor and several laypeople showed movies at local migrant camps during the sum- 
mer. An Hispanic musical group from Michigan performed at the mission in the last week 
of August. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Rev. Vicente Rangel, Pastor 

Rose Hill - Wallace Hispanic Mission 

1. Spanish Committee was formed with the mission. These people were elected by the 
mission. Each of them has responsibilities such as doing a schedule each month with 
events/preaching. 

2. Rigoberto Chicas has been our "leader" now for several months. He feels the call of 
God to go into the ministry. 

3. Several different ministers/lay persons spoke to the mission; none of them, we felt, 
was called by God to be the pastor. 

4. Sunday School was started. We have an Adult Class, Junior Class and Children's Class. 

5. We had our first Church social - invited Pastor Lara and his church to participate with 
us. Approximately 80 people attended. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Amy Johnson, Chairman 

Rose Hill - Wallace Hispanic Mission Committee 



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Nominating Committee Report 

The Nominating Committee of Eastern Baptist Association places in nomination names 
of the following persons to serve in positions for the associational year 1995-96: 

, GENERAL OFFICERS 

Moderator Allen Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3854 

(H) 910-592-3360 

Vice-Moderator Bert Alabaster, P.O. Box 410, Kenansville 28349; (H) 910-296-0246 

Clerk Ottis King, 8586 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466; (C) 910-532-4210 

(H) 910-532-4528 

Associate Clerk Lucille Yancey, 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3080 

Treasurer Gary Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-8171 

(H) 910-592-5287 
Associate Treasurer Jo Neal Robinson, 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-3044 

TRUSTEES 

1998 Gene Hart PO. Box 187, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-4311 

1997 Michael Shook 609 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

(H) 910-564-2794 
1996 J. Cooper Howard 403 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3388 

DENOMINATIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Baptist Children's Homes John A. Johnson, 108 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

(H) 910-293-4958 
Baptist Retirement Homes Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-4712 
Christian Higher Education Davis Benton, PO. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; 

(H) 910-525-4319 

(C) 910-564-2343 

Baptist Foundation Tyanna Day, PO. Box 467, Calypso 28325; (H) 910-658-5223 

Baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn, 506 Lakeshore Dr., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-4579 

Biblical Recorder Millard Bounds, 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

(H) 910-289-2606 

Church Program Officers 

/ ^ CHURCH MUSIC 

Director Jean Hatch, PO. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8124 

Assistants Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3262 

(C) 910-592-3937 
Garry K. Stuart, 116 N. Frisco St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-3059 

(0)910-293-4236 
Rhonda Lucas, 198 Carrie's Ln., Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-7938 

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BROTHERHOOD 

Director Karl Pittard, 132 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7268 

Baptist Men 

Challengers Rob Jones, 605 NE Blvd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3513 

RA's John Brown, 318 Dixie Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7833 

Promise Keepers John West, 306 Northeast Blvd., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-590-2323 

Ukrainian Mission Paul Kennedy, 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-1161 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director Gene Lakey, PO. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; (C) 910-296-1137 

(H) 910-296-0723 
VBS Director Jerry Todd, PO. Box 21, Harrells 28444-0021; (W) 910-532-4879 

(H) 910-532-2271 

Outreach 

Pastor Director Dr. Jim Drake, PO. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

i (H) 910-293-7479 

Adult Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-590-3592 

Youth Mark Thomas, PO. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124 

(H) 910-592-2147 
Children 

Older 

Middle Becky Lakey, PO. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; (W) 910-298-3125 

(H) 910-296-0723 

Younger Kathy Quinn, PO. Box 864, Kenansville 28349-0864; (H) 910-296-0420 

Preschool 

Older 

Middle Sylvia Vestal, PO. Box 810, Kenansville 28349-0810; (H) 910-296-0603 

Younger Beth Howard, PO. Box 205, Kenansville 28349-0205; (H) 910-296-1489 

DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING SUPPORTER & CO-SUPPORTER 

Ann Thigpen 108 Shields St., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-4153 (H) 910-592-5768 

Jo Neal Robinson 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton 28328 (H) 910-592-3044 




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Church Contributions to Associational Missions 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 









Nine Months Ending 






1993 


1994 


,09/30-95 


1. 


Albertson 


979.53 


1,102.95 


875.45 


2. 


Alum Springs 


900.00 


900.00 


675.00 


3. 


Bear Marsh 


650.00 


600.00 


400.00 


4. 


Beulah 


968.68 


736.55 


392.16 


5. 


Brown 


190.00 


217.60 


' 200.00 


6. 


Calvary 


1,775.57 


1,573.95 


1,214.00 


7. 


Calypso 


870.00 


770.00 


700.00 


8. 


Center 


800.00 


650.81 


0.00 


9. 


Clinton, FBC 


7,626.12 


8,211.48 


7,283.89 


10. 


Hispanic Ms-C 


0.00 


359.70 


30.42 


11. 


Concord 


951.44 


1,169.41 


955.31 


12. 


Corinth 


3,392.85 


3,646.58 


2,881.85 


13. 


Dobson Chapel 


2,432.76 


2,349.98 


2,492.75 


14. 


Evergreen 


1,200.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


15. 


Faison 


1,559.85 


1,502.63 


1,028.05 


16. 


Garland 


2,747.50 


3,053.53 


2,536.40 


17. 


Garner's Chapel 


1,000.00 


1,375.00 


825.00 


18. 


Grove Park 


4,591.13 


4,981.46 


3,390.89 


19. 


Hickory Grove 


1,100.00 


1,100.00 


825.00 


20. 


Immanuel 


3,280.19 


1,767.54 


943.96 


21. 


Ingold 


804.72 


683.10 


200.00 


22. 


Island Creek 


900.00 


1,037.50 


675.00 


23. 


Johnson 


2,274.18 


2,254.10 


1,752.71 


24. 


Kenansville 


5,527.90 


6,701.83 


5,133.32 


25. 


Magnolia 


699.98 


791.84 


868.43 


26. 


Mount Gilead 


3,124.18 


3,773.00 


1,300.00 


27. 


Mount Olive, FBC 


7,827.12 


9,856.30 


5,545.86 


28. 


Hispanic Ms-MO 


1,140.90 


1,150.99 


699.28 


29. 


Mount Vernon 


4,034.29 


3,986.75 


4,387.41 


30. 


New Hope 


900.00 


1,000.00 


1,150.00 


31. 


Peace 


874.51 


762.61 


464.01 


32. 


Piney Grove 


750.00 


676.00 


300.00 


33. 


Poplar Grove 


480.00 


480.00 


320.00 


34. 


Poston 


4,537.65 


4,003.70 


3,177.45 


35. 


Rose Hill 


1,500.00 


2,000.00 


1,500.00 


36. 


Rowan 


2,230.50 


2,194.74 


1,400.00 


37. 


Serenity 
(Established in 1993) 


591.08 


1,683.20 


400.00 


38. 


Sharon 


2,362.00 


2,362.00 


1,771.50 


39. 


Shiloh 


1,781.00 


1,899.00 


1,262.00 


40. 


Si loam 


1,000.00 


1,200.00 


1,400.00 


41. 


Teachey 


1,999.84 


2,025.00 


1,333.32 


42. 


Turkey 


1,970.11 


2,718.97 


1,588.87 


43. 


Union Grove 


570.00 


535.00 


610.00 



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44. Warsaw 5,487.09 5,643.90 3,923.28 

45. Hispanic Ms-W 226.97 318.29 

(Established in 1994) 

46. Wells Chapel 1,871.49 2,264.41 1,767.54 

47. White Oak 900.00 911.25 900.00 



TOTALS $93,154.16 $100,391.33 $73,298.40 

1996 Anticipated Income 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
For the Years Ended December 31, 1996 and 1995 



REVENUE: 

Church Contributions 
Baptist State Convention 

Cooperative Agreements 
Copier Fees 
Interest Revenue 
Churches - Special Gifts 
Individual-Special Gifts 
Sales Tax Refund 
Hunger & Emergency Funds 
Other Receipts 
State Missions Offering 
Herman Coker Trust Fund 
John Flake Trust Fund 
TOTAL REVENUES-ANTICIPATED INCOME 



Escrow and Designated Funds 

Mount Olive Anglo Mission $ 11,600 $ 11,600 

1995 Cooperative Agreements: 

(To be provided through the State Baptist Convention) 
Missions Ministries Staff Salary 
Hispanic, Mt. Olive 
Hispanic, Clinton 
Hispanic, Warsaw 
Summer Missionaries 
Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries 
Deaf Mission, Poston 
Total Cooperative Agreement Funds 



1996 


1995 


$123,710 


$106,000 


24,650 


24,550 


150 


150 


800 


800 


2,000 


2,000 


500 


500 


400 


400 


1,200 


1,200 


1,500 


1,500 


100 


100 


300 


250 


$155,310 


$137,450 



9,500 


9,000 


3,600 


4,000 


2,000 


2,0t)0 


6,000 


6,000 


2,000 


2,000 


800 


800 


750 


750 


$ 24,650 


$ 24,550 



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1996 Budget 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
For the Years Ended December 31, 1996 and 1995 

Anticipated Expenditures 

1996 1995 



PERSONNEL: 

DOM Salary 
MMD Salary 
Secretary Salary 
DOM Housing 
DOM Annuity 
MMD Annuity 
DOM SS Offset 
SSMMD 
SS Secretary 
DOM Insurance 
DOM Travel 
MMD Travel 

DOM Conference & Conventions 
MMD Conference & Conventions 
Secretary Conferences 
TOTAL PERSONNEL 

ADMINISTRATION: 

Repairs 
Supplies 
Printing 
Postage 
Telephone 

Equipment Purchases 
Accounting & Legal 
Association Minutes 
Building & Grounds Maintenance 
Sales Tax 
Clerk Supplies 
TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 

MISSIONS: 

Christian Social Ministries 
Hispanic, Clinton 
Hispanic, Mt. Olive 
Hispanic, Warsaw 
Hunger Fund 
Emergency Fund 
Literacy Ministries 
Senior Adult Ministries 
Mentally Handicapped Ministries 
Missions Development Training 



$18,600 


$17,500 


20,400 


19,800 


11,850 


11,500 


11,000 


11,000 


4,440 


3,780 


3,230 


3,135 


2,620 


2,180 


1,560 


1,515 


910 


880 


7,000 


6,550 


5,000 


4,800 


3,500 


4,200 


1,000 


1,000 


350 


350 


100 


100 


91,560 


88,290 


600 


600 


2,500 


2,500 


2,200 


2,000 


2,500 


2,200 


2,500 


2,500 


2,000 


2,000 


1,200 


1,200 


1,500 


1,500 


3,500 


3,500 


400 


400 


25 


25 


18,925 


18,425 


40 


50 


4,500 


3,500 


7,100 


7,500 


9,000 


6,000 


600 


600 


940 


800 


600 


600 


50 


65 



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Chaplaincy Ministries 


125 


- 


Interfaith Witness Ministries 


175 


550 


Church Extension Ministries 


- 


25 


Resort & Leisure Ministries 


430 


475 


Medical Dental Van 


750 


700 


Deaf Mission, Poston 


1,000 


1,000 


Multi-Housing Ministries 


200 
25,510 


- 


TOTAL MISSIONS 


21,865 


CHURCH DEVELOPMENT: 






Sunday School 


1,550 


975 


Discipleship Training 


1,050 


1,150 


WMU 


2,200 


1,900 


Brotherhood 


750 


500 


Music 


200 


200 


Evangelism 


4,865 


1,500 


Media Library 


500 


500 


Seminary Extension 


50 


50 


Orientation Committee 


50 


50 


Key Leadership Training 


200 


250 


TOTAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 


11,415 


7,075 


SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 






Salaries 


3,000 


3,000 


PICA 


230 


230 


Travel 


2,000 


2,050 


Meals 


800 


800 


Housing 


500 


500 


Speakers 


50 


50 


Supplies 


300 


300 


Film Rental 


70 


70 


Miscellaneous 


100 


200 


TOTAL SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MIN. 


7,050 


7,200 


OTHER MINISTRIES 






Ministers Conferences 


100 


100 


Ministers Wives Conferences 


50 


50 


Annual Meeting 


400 


400 


Miscellaneous 


300 


300 


TOTAL OTHER MINISTRIES 


850 


850 


TOTAL BUDGET 


$155,310 


$143,705 



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Treasurer's Report 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

ALL FUNDS 

BALANCE SHEET 

as of September 30, 1995 

ASSETS 



CASH: 






Cash - Checking 


$ 14,028.75 




Cash - Savings 


3,392.89 




Cash - Investments 


22,228.81 




Cash - CoOp, Seasonal F/W 


129.02 




Cash - CoOp, Clinton Mission 


833.33 




Cash - CoOp, Poston Deaf Mis. 


104.84 




Cash - Designated 


2,089.51 




Investments - Designated 


11,600.00 




Cash - Emergency Fund 


35.19 




Cash - Hunger Fund 


2,153.91 




Cash - H. Coker Trust 


137.51 




Cash - J. Flake Trust ' 


395.43 




TOTAL CASH 




$ 57,129.19 


TOTAL ASSETS 




$ 57,129.19 



LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES 



LIABILITIES: 

Payroll Taxes Payable 
TOTAL LIABILITIES 



1,128.05 



$ 1,128.05 



FUND BALANCES: 

F/B - General Fund ' 46,333.42 

F/B - Designated , 11,600.00 

F/B - Hunger Fund ' 2,300.05 

Excess Revenues Over Expenses ( 4,232.33) 

TOTAL FUND BALANCES 

TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND BALANCES 



56,001.14 
$ 57,129.19 



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1996 



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Calvary 


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Alunn Springs 




Peace 


1997 




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Teachey 


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Albertson 


1998 




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Rose Hill 


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Hickory Grove 


1999 


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Calypso 




Poplar Grove 


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*Garland 




Ingold 




Center 


2000 





1st Day * Island Creek 
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2001 




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Clinton, First 


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Concord 




Johnson 


2002 




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Mt. Olive, First 


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Union Grove 


2003 




1st Day 


*Siloam 




Evergreen 


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Beulah 




New Hope 


2004 




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Mount Vernon 


2nd Day 


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Shiloh 


2005 




1st Day 


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White Oak 


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The 1995 Minute Book 

of the 

Eastern Baptist Association 

is concluded with the following 

Statistical Tables 

for your further information 

and reference. 

Table A - Church Membership and Other Information 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table C - Discipleship Training 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union and Brotherhood 

Table F - Financial Information 

Table G - Mission Expenditures 

Table H - Special Items 

Table I - Mission Information 



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MEMBERSHIP & 












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CHURCHES 






















Albertson 


Duplin 


1916 


Y 


1986 


2 


01 














Aluin Springs 


Duplin 


1902 


Y 


1993 




01 


6 








5 


Bear Marsh 


Duplin 


1763 


Y 


1993 




01 














Beulah 


Sampson 


1793 


Y 


1993 




01 


2 








1 


Brown 


Sampson 


1778 


Y 


1986 




01 














Calvary 


Duplin 


1959 


Y 


1990 




01 


3 








1 


Calypso 


Duplin 


1908 


Y 


1989 




01 


10 











Center 


Sampson 


1905 


Y 


1986 




01 


2 











Clinton, 1st 


Sampson 


1854 


Y 


1994 




01 


6 





2 


2 


Concord 


Duplin 


1825 


~Y 


1987 




01 


1 





1 





Corinth 


Duplin 


1853 


Y 


1992 




01 


1 








1 


Dobson Chapel 


Duplin 


1864 


N 






01 


4 








2 


Evergreen 


Sampson 


1843 


Y 


1993 




01 


3 





1 


1 


Fa i son 


Duplin 


1885 


Y 


1992 




01 


4 








2 


Garland 


Sampson 


1867 


Y 


1995 




01 


6 





1 


2 


Garner's Chapel 


Duplin 


1926 


Y 


1992 




01 


5 











Grove Park 


Sampson 


1954 


Y 


1992 




01 


7 





2 


2 


Hickory Grove 


Sampson 


1889 


Y 


1986 




01 


5 











Immanuel 


Sampson 


1956 


~ 


1988 




01 


3 











Ingold 
Island Creek 


Sampson 


1925 


Y 


1995 




01 


2 





1 





Duplin 


1802 


Y 


1988 




01 














Johnson 


Duplin 


1795 


Y 


1995 




01 


2 











Kenansvi 1 le 


Duplin 


1837 


Y 


1987 




01 


4 











Magnolia 
Mision Monte Olive 


Duplin 
Duplin 


1835 
1990 


Y 
Y 


1993 
1990 




01 
03 


1 
13 














Mount Gilead 


Sampson 


1834 


Y 


1989 




01 


7 










Mount Olive, 1st 


Wayne 


1863 


Y 


1995 




01 


13 










Mount Vernon 


Sampson 


1910 


T 


1992 




01 


4 





1 




New Hope 
Peace 


Sampson 


1817 


Y 


1993 


1 


01 













Duplin 


1989 


Y 


1991 




01 


1 










Piney Grove 
Poplar Grove 
Poston 


Sampson 


1844 


Y 


1995 




01 


7 










Sampson 


1880 


Y 


1993 




01 


6 










Dublin 


1958 


Y 


1995 




01 


3 





2 




Rose Hill 


Dublin 


1900 


Y 


1995 




01 


5 





1 




Rowan 


Sampson 


1749 


Y 


1994 




01 


1 










Serenity 


Sampson 


1992 


Y 


1995 




01 


9 





2 




Sharon 


Duplin 


18^ 


N 




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01 


15 


1 


b 




Shiloh 


Duplin 


1940 


Y 


1994 




01 


6 





1 




Si loam 


Sampson 


1887 


Y 


1984 




01 













Teachey 


Duplin 


1885 


Y 


1995 




01 


1 










Turkey 


Sampson 


1908 


Y 


1984 




01 











Union Grove 


Sampson 


1915 


Y 


1994 




01 


4 





2 


Warsaw 


Duplin 


1856 


Y 


1991 




01 













Wells Chapel 


Sampson 


1756 


Y 


1985 




01 


2 










White Oak 


Sampson 


1847 


Y 


1994 




01 


4 












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1 


22 


38 



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73 


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206 


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42 








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1 


153 


86 


67 








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7 


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173 


73 


100 





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1 


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2 


4 


263 


165 


98 








4 


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2 


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76 


72 


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2 





19 


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659 


532 


127 


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174 


134 


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268 


221 


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210 


109 


101 


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7 


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184 


37 





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198 


120 


78 











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49 


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320 


226 


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17 


585 


435 


150 





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3 


67 


43 


24 























7 


57 


53 


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3 





3 





3 


6 


205 


161 


44 


3 








3 


2 








2 


78 


58 


20 




















9 


12 


433 


389 


44 





1 


1 


2 


1 





9 


10 


438 


304 


134 


1 

















3 


9 


376 


265 


111 





1 


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2 


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6 


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53 


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303 


215 


88 








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3 


240 


166 


74 





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139 


86 


53 




















4 


3 


155 


135 


20 





1 

















11 


213 


159 


54 





2 





1 











3 


187 


84 


103 




















5 


27 


650 


523 


127 


3 


6 


1 














5 


265 


163 


102 





1 


1 


2 











3 


156 


98 


58 








37 


48 


31 


1 


146 


176 


11271 


8405 


2866 


38 


31 



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Albertson 


41 


2 


3 


9 


2" 


9" 


i 


3" 


9 


Alum Springs 


69 





6 


7 


5 


7 


10 


14 


13 


Bear Marsh 


139 


8 


5 


20 


12 


4 


9 


40 


37 


Beulah 


34 





2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


16 


7 


Brown 


78 





3 


13 


9 


2 


2 


29 


17 


Calvary 


138 





13 


11 


12 


12 


12 


17 


19 


Calypso 
Center 


82 
50 


7 

1 


3 
2 


11 
3 


14 
5 



3 




12 


13 

21 


31 



Clinton, 1st 


727 


4 


34 


51 


70 


20 


34 


244 


225 


Concord 


80 


5 


lU 


6 


7 


5 


12 


15 


14 


Corinth 


133 


2 


8 


15 


19 


3 


14 


18 


51 


Dobson Chapel 


85 





10 


14 


9 


2 





15 


22 


Evergreen 
Fa i son 


86 
49 


5 



6 
7 


9 
4 


9 



4 



11 
5 


17 
19 


22 

14 


Garland 


119 





14 


13 


23 


3 





23 


41 


Garner's Chapel 


74 





8 


13 


9 


4 


7 


15 


14 


Grove Park 


495 





43 


60 


50 


37 


49 


100 


152 


Hickory Grove 


142 





12 


12 


19 


14 


11 


27 


44 


Immanuel 


168 





11 


12 


22 


la 


10 


44 


4b 


Ingold 
Island Creek 


73 








5 


6 


4 





15 


40 


106 


3 


7 


7 


16 


3 


19 


15 


32 


Johnson 


47 





5 


2 


12 








15 


10 


Kenansvi 1 le 


275 





42 


58 


21 





50 


68 


32 


Magnolia 
Mision Monte Olivo 


45 
132 


1 



5 
15 


4 
18 


4 




10 



38 


11 
49 


18 



Mount Gilead 


241 





23 


33 


22 


17 


31 


46 


60 


Mount Olive, 1st 


431 





34 


43 


30 


103 


32 


33 


144 


Mount Vernon 


115 


7 


15 


12 


12 


9 


6 


17 


28 


New Hope 
Peace 


47 
39 


1 



4 



3 
11 


2 
5 


1 
5 


6 
1 


6 
8 


20 
7 


Piney Grove 


118 





8 


16 


10 


8 


4 


29 


39 


Poplar Grove 
Pos ton 


46 
336 


1 
6 


4 
17 


5 
35 



46 


4 
37 


9 

11 


2 
58 


17 
121 


Rose Hill 


181 


4 


7 


31 


16 


8 


23 


16 


68 


Rowan 


165 


5 


7 


29 


14 


5 


18 


29 


42 


Sereni tv 


74 





13 


5 


14 


2 


18 


12 


6 


Sharon 


102 





12 


8 


9 





20 


21 


30 


Shiloh 


126 





10 


21 


23 








33 


36 


S i 1 om 


77 





7 


4 


2 


7 


10 


11 


30 


Teachey 


84 


9 


8 


9 


5 


12 


12 


9 


16 


Turkey 


118 





19 


16 


11 


6 


5 


34 


17 


Union Grove 


73 


2 


7 


7 


5 


7 


3 


27 


12 


Warsaw 


248 





11 


21 


18 





27 


23 


125 


Wells Chapel 


124 





15 


8 


12 


10 


10 


20 


4C 


White Oak 


89 





4 


5 


6 


2 


25 


21 


23 


TOTALS 


6301 


73 


499 


701 


619 


405 


579 


1318 


179 



-66- 



!i 


12j 


12k 


121 


12m 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 




1 


1 


m 


t 

03 


1 
t 


CO 

1 

o 


w 


w 


52 
1 


i 


1 

0) 


> 




< 


f 


d. 

s 


5 
m 

1 


f 


2 
CO 
CO 

1 


1 

8 


S 

CO 
CO 


si 

o 


c 


5 
m 

1 


c 
1 










O 


< 
CO 


2 


CO 
CO 


CO 


CO 
CO 


I 


1 






























0" 


u 





3 





27 


b 














21 













7 





35 


6 


3 





6 





50 













4 





91 








10 


10 

























15 


2 


2 

























3 





32 


4 


1 





2 





40 







29 





5 





89 


11 








11 





70 













3 





42 


5 














88 










1 


2 





30 


2 





5 








48 










7 


10 


12 


290 





5 





3 





290 





r 





3 


3 





40 


4 





2 








90 













3 





78 

















69 













3 





55 





2 











30 













3 





43 


5 


5 











55 



















33 


1 














71 













2 





60 


5 


3 











83 













4 





38 


11 


4 





3 





44 













4 





201 


20 


37 





50 





151 





~ 








3 





59 


8 


4 





10 













u 


6 


b 





84 


/ 


2 





9 





60 













3 





30 


9 














28 













4 





37 


5 





3 


26 





45 













3 





27 


5 





0. 








25 













4 





113 


28 


7 











57 













2 





29 































2 





72 


19 





6 


82 
















5 


4 





119 


14 


9 


8 


20 


1 


83 










6 


6 





140 


10 


16 


41 


45 





107 










4 


b 


u 


94 


8 


4 


b 


10 





38 










4 








19 































2 





14 


1 


1 


1 


12 



















4 





65 


8 


2 





8 





60 










3 


2 





30 








2 






















5 





105 








37 








165 













8 





110 





4 





10 





129 










12 


4 





81 


4 


1 


8 


7 





83 


6 










4 





50 


18 





2 


5 





75 













2 





75 


8 














78 


• 










3 





70 


5 


2 





10 





101 










3 


3 





32 


2 


3 


1 








50 













4 





50 


5 


1 


4 


4 





63 










5 


5 





65 


2 


2 











77 













3 





62 





2 





7 





31 













2 


21 


109 


7 








10 





49 













3 


6 


68 


5 


4 


5 


22 





60 













3 





58 





2 





6 





62 





!\ 


29 


59 


157 


39 


3066 


259 


128 


140 


388 


1 


2726 


6 



-67- 





21 


21a 


21b 


21c 


21d 


21e 


TABLE C 














DISCIPLESHIP 








f>,. 


Q. 




TRAINING 

Eastern 
North Carolina 


kL ONGOING 

CIPLESHIP 

RAINING 


If) 
m 


C 


1 

c 


ID 

00 
O) 


(A 

8 

n 


Year Ending: 9-30-95 


2: W 1- 
QQ 




c 


a 


c 
o 


H ■ 

Q 




1— 


o 


O 


6 


8 




CHURCHES 














Albertson 




















Alum Springs 




















Bear Marsh 




















Beulah 




















Brown 




















Calvary 




















Calypso 




















Center 




















Clinton, 1st 




















Concord 




















Corinth 




















Dobson Chapel 


22 








1 





2 


Evergreen 




















Fa i son 




















Garland 


61 





16 


17 


20 


8 


Garner's Chapel 


11 











11 





Grove Park 


3 














3 


Hickory Grove 




















Immanuel 


17 








17 








Ingold 




















Island Creek 




















Johnson 


18 











17 


1 


Kenans vi lie 


81 








28 


50 


3 


Magnolia 




















MisionMonteOlivo 




















Mount Gilead 




















Mount 01ive,lst 


40 


4 


18 


16 





2 


Mount Vernon 




















New Hope 




















Peace 


9 











8 


1 


Piney Grove 


30 








20 


10 





Poplar Grove 




















Poston 


78 


3 


15 


13 


44 


3 


Rose Hill 


74 


7 


15 


5 


44 


3 


Rowan 


40 





5 


6 


26 


3 


Sereni tv 


13 





1 


10 





2 


Sharon 


21 


4 


2 


3 


10 


2 


Shi 1 oh 




















Siloam 




















Teachey 




















Turkey 


19 


5 


4 


7 





3 


Union Grove 


18 


6 


6 


3 





3 


Warsaw 




















Wells Chapel 


34 


2 


2 


4 


23 


3 


White Oak 




















TOTALS 


589 


31 


84 


150 


263 


42 



-68- 



22 


22a 


22b 


22c 


22d 


Add 
21 &22 


23 


24 


25 


> 
C 
U Q. 


8 


i 


£ 


M 




t 


f 

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5p 


Q. 


1 

o 


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CO 
<D 

c 
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O 


J CO 1- 


*T 


i 


^2 
(J) 


i 

CO 


LU 2 


8 

Q 

1 


1 


1 



























































































































































5 











5 


5 


2 


2 


3 


12 











12 


12 


14 



































75 





20 


25 


30 


75 











37 


6 


10 


7 


14 


37 











32 











32 


32 











17 





2 





2 


39 


15 


4 





23 








7 


16 


23 


16 


















































61 


























11 











52 





2 


13 


37 


55 


35 


8 























15 


11 





15 











15 


32 
















































































18 











189 


21 


54 


43 


71 


270 


34 


10 
































5 











5 


5 





13 





18 





1 


1 


16 


18 





5 

















9 


40 
















































































9 











4 





2 


2 





34 





















































78 


























74 











4 





4 








44 


6 

















n 





13 








n 

















21 











































































































19 


20 























18 











17 











17 


17 


























34 





2 
































505 


27 


95 


98 


272 


1094 


157 


55 


3 



-69- 





26 


26a 


26b 


26c 


TABLE D MUSIC 










MINISTRY 










Eastern 
North Carolina 


MUSIC 
5TRY 

LMENT 


S5 

>^ 

CO 

o 


4 


i2 

>> 

00 




. "J , 


o 




c 


Year Ending: 9-30-95 


OTAL 
MINI 
NROI 


2 


1 


2 




h- LU 


a. 


I 


o 


CHURCHES 










Albertson 


12 











Alum Springs 


22 











Bear Marsh 


74 


5 


5 


4 


Beulah 














Brown 


15 











Calvary 


25 











Calypso 














Center 


12 











Clinton, 1st 


182 





19 


22 ' 


Concord 


47 








9 


Corinth 


22 











Dobson Chapel 


37 












6 
4 



Evergreen 
Faison 


27 
11 


Garland 


39 


1 





2 
2 

14 



Garner's Chapel 


40 


2 


3 


Grove Park 


108 





6 


Hirkorv firnvp 


30 








Immanuel 


63 


2 


6 


3 


Ingold 


12 











Island Creek 


16 











Johnson 


12 











Kenansville 


- . 55 


5 


10 


13 


Magnolia 


18 








2 


Mi si on Monte Olivo 


5 











Mount Gilead 


63 





4 


12 


Mount Olive, 1st 


77 





6 


8 


Mount Vernon 


97 


14 


12 


15 


New Hope 














Peace 


8 











Piney Grove 


32 





8 


6 


Poplar Grove 


11 











Poston 


56 








2 


Rose Hill 


26 











Rowan 


26 











c;py«pni tv 


3q 


n 


3 


5 


Sharon 


37 


4 


4 


5 


Shiloh 


48 








7 


Si loam 


24 


1 


3 


4 


Teachey 


54 


5 


6 


6 
6 



Turkey 


45 


5 


10 


Union Grove 


50 


5 





Warsaw 


80 








6 


Wells Chapel 


19 











White Oak 


22 











TOTALS 


1699 


49 


105 


163 



-70- 



26d 


26e 


26f 


26g 


26h 


26i 


26j 


i 

i 
6 


52 

CM 

:5 


Q. 

oa 

00 

•i 

3 
5 


CD O 

r 


1 

X 


LU 


II 

C LU 








12 




















18 








4 





15 


8 


25 








10 


2 





























15 




















17 








8 
































12 














24 


23 


47 





38 


4 


5 


7 


7 


14 








10 











22 














5 


8 


15 














6 


6 


11 




















11 














6 


15 


15 














4 


8 


12 





9 








12 


15 


42 





15 


4 











20 








7 


3 


5 


15 


22 








10 











12 




















16 




















12 














13 





15 














3 





13 
































5 


11 


3 


24 








7 


2 


9 


14 


30 





10 








10 


6 


22 


12 





6 


























4 





4 




















18 




















11 














6 


4 


34 








10 








2 


24 














5 


6 


14 








1 








13 


15 








2 


1 








24 











r-- 


10 


9 


17 











5 


1 


1 


14 














6 





21 








10 





4 


3 


15 











2 


7 


4 


24 








10 





6 


18 


26 








24 








1 


13 








2 


3 








22 














179 


189 


770 


12 


72 


129 


28 



-71- 





27 


27a 


27b 


27c 


27d 


27e 


27f 


28 


TABLE E WOMAN'S 


















MISSIONARY UNION 








WMU 










& BROTHERHOOD 


















Eastern 




in 








Q. 




t: 

(0 




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m 


•^ 


t^ 




ofl 


w 


D. 


North Carolina 


i£ 


■D 


CD 


C\J 


? 


in 

CO 




1 


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1 

LL 

B 


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S 

c 
w 


s 


00 

>- 
m 


c 

1 

Q. 


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D 

5 


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Q- 

co 




CHURCHES 




2 


CD 










^ 


Albertson 











u 


U 


U 


u 


u 


Alum Springs 


19 


3 


4 





2 


8 


2 





Bear Marsh 


56 


6 


4 


6 





34 


6 





Beulah 


























Brown 


18 














16 


2 





Calvary 


























Calypso 


12 














10 


2 





Center 


7 














5 


2 





Clinton, 1st 


119 


15 


17 


15 





68 


4 


68 


Concord 


20 














17 







Corinth 


22 





6 








14 


2 





Dobson Chapel 


23 





6 


2 





13 


2 





Evergreen 


25 


3 


4 


2 





12 


4 


12 


Faison 


9 














8 


1 





Garland 


48 











17 


24 


7 


35 


Gamer's Chapel 


27 


5 


3 


6 





12 


1 


27 


Grove Park 


87 


8 


13 


8 


13 


35 


10 





Hickory Grove 


29 


1 


5 


7 


5 


8 


3 





Immanuel 


53 


6 


3 


5 





30 


9 


30 


Ingold 


12 














12 








Island Creek 


18 














17 


1 





Johnson 


20 














16 


4 


15 


Kenansville 


70 


20 


17 





12 


18 


3 





Magnolia 


33 














29 


4 


4 


Mi sion Monte Olivo 


8 














7 


1 





Mount Gilead 


71 


15 


25 


8 


12 


10 


1 


2 


Mount Olive, 1st 


85 


7 


11 


4 





58 


5 





Mount Vernon 


56 


14 


15 


5 





15 


7 





New Hope 


20 











1 


14 


5 


5 


Peace 


























Piney Grove 


47 


6 


12 








24 


5 





Poplar Grove 


27 





9 








14 


4 





Poston 


87 


3 


9 


4 


10 


56 


5 





Rose Hill 


77 











20 


54 


3 





Rowan 


35 





7 


3 


7 


16 


2 


3 


Serenity 


13 














12 


1 





Sharon 


51 


5 


5 


8 


7 


21 


5 





Shiloh 


32 


4 


12 








12 


4 





Si loam 


28 











2 


22 


4 





Teachey 


24 


7 








5 


11 


1 


10 


Turkey 


45 


13 


11 


4 


3 


8 


6 


30 


Union Grove 


13 














10 


3 





Warsaw 


98 


8 


20 








63 


7 


3 


Wells Chapel 


39 


3 





8 





28 





30 


White Oak 


40 





9 


7 





19 


5 





TOTAIR 


1623 


152 


227 


102 


116 


880 


146 


274 



-72- 



2ga 



29b 



29c 



29d 



30 



31 



32 



33 



Add 29, 31 , 
32, & 33 



BROTHERHOOD 



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1 


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1 


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1 

c 

1 


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U 


















































2 








2 












































10 














10 




























































































5 


8 


9 


3 


55 


8 





6 





81 


b 


2 


2 





1 


4 





1 


1 


7 
































4 


5 





5 


14 














24 


9 


3 


1 


2 


13 














19 


9 











9 














9 


2 











12 








40 


40 


92 


7 





4 


3 

















7 


6 


5 


10 


6 


15 





17 








53 


8 


4 


7 


3 


4 














18 


6 








6 


10 














16 


6 











16 














16 


6 











16 














16 
































1 


12 


9 




















21 
































5 











15 














15 


1 


4 


10 


3 


14 








7 





38 





4 


6 





30 














40 


9 


12 


9 


5 


3 














29 


























































































































2 





11 





21 














32 



































2 


2 


4 


12 








1 





21 





































































































17 














17 

































3 


5 


2 


9 














19 













15 














15 







































2 


13 














15 

































64 


85 


44 


324 


12 


19 


55 


41 


632 



-73- 





36 


36a 


36b 


36c 


37 


TABLE F FINANCIAL 












INFORMATION 












Eastern 


D- 


^ 

O 


CO 


.0- 


il 


North Carolina 


o 

UJ 


CD 


-a 

0) 


03 


§2 


Year Ending: 9-30-95 


cc 


c 


fa 

c 


DC 


"1 




-1 




O) 


a3 


< ^ 




< 


CD 


If) 


^ 


^ ^ 




\- 


TD 


Q) 


O 


O °- 




R 


C 


Q 


^2 


CHURCHES 












Albertson 


29106 


20171 


893b 


u 


21162 


Alum Springs 


31897 


20043 


5387 


6467 


27962 


Bear Marsh 


63853 


46131 


8667 


9055 


44620 


Beulah 


21255 


19526 


929 


800 


22948 


Brown 


33212 


30395 


2817 





32530 


Calvary 


67865 


61960 


5779 


126 


54794 


Calypso 


56423 


42819 


10390 


3214 


49706 


Center 


19245 


17225 


2020 





14554 


Clinton, 1st 


711223 


425489 


180993 


104741 


747031 


Concord 


30733 


24767 


5966 


U 


38077 


Corinth 


87183 


75690 


11039 


454 


78864 


Dobson Chapel 


57596 


48484 


8964 


148 


36351 


Evergreen 


71770 


60932 


10838 





60932 


Faison 


46284 


38427 


7857 





50081 


Garland 


73164 


59314 


9343 


4507 


50081 


Garner's Chapel 


35194 


32203 


2991 





24161 


Grove Park 


287041 


250171 


36671 


199 


197979 


Hickory Grove 


54426 


48154 


4665 


1607 


43827 


Immanuel 


121115 


107320 


13/9b 





100009 


Ingold 


29116 


27134 


1982 





24734 


Island Creek 


58909 


55299 


3610 





47623 


Johnson 


49869 


37565 


10691 


1613 


34795 


Kenansville 


164322 


138777 


12102 


13443 


138311 


Magnolia 


45382 


37429 


7780 


173 


38835 


Mision MonteOlivo 


56889 


34975 


19961 


1953 


53721 


Mount Gilead 


116575 


91983 


24592 





61612 


Mount Olive, 1st 


260586 


219860 


36685 


4041 


228590 


Mount Vernon 


89145 


68156 


16506 


4483 


148417 


New Hope 


26834 


25260 


1574 





18697 


Peace 


21048 


20698 


350 





19518 


Piney Grove 


76215 


64896 


11319 





77462 


Poplar Grove 


23216 


18056 


5160 





20784 


Poston 


131521 


118828 


12280 


413 


104383 


Rose Hill 


149898 


142963 


6935 





96222 


Rowan 


86143 


60578 


22078 


3487 


71092 


Serenity 


21683 


19083 


2600 





8426 


Sharon 


79350 


63350 





16000 


56850 


Shiloh 


74194 


63382 


10812 





73850 


Si loam 


37066 


29656 


7190 


220 


31390 


Teachey 


78160 


52539 


22185 


3436 


39426 


Turkey 


65550 


59495 


3828 


2227 


46827 


Union Grove 


45762 


37327 


7425 


1010 


30360 


Warsaw 


226547 


182632 


33349 


10566 


199583 


Wells Chapel 


83321 


72709 


9766 


846 


48011 


White Oak 


75929 


48487 


5743 


21699 


69974 


rOTALS 


4071815 


3220338 


634549 


216928 


3485162 



-74- 



37a 


37b 


37C 


37d 


37e 


39 


40 


41 


'& 


c 




0) 




r 

0) 






I 


g 




B 
'3 


1 1 

OJ3 




5 

CD 


1 


1 

I 
o 




a: 


o 
1 




3 

9 

3 


1 


o 


















1330 


u 


U 


12/3 


i^i? 


190000 








[2180 








1397 


208142 








9076 








15544 





175000 








4848 








993 


17107 


160000 








4078 








1120 


7332 


250000 








8084 








2004 


34706 


225000 








7360 


8432 





2686 


11228 


350000 








9724 








388 


4442 











3907 








22475 


490649 


6000000 


40000 


29184 


3458 


Ibblb 


1795 


2927 


4281 


200000 
786000 


14000 


1400U 


7220 








3096 


38548 








6641 








1928 


17782 


430000 








8500 





8000 


2554 


31878 


750000 





32000 


4445 








1948 


23688 


410000 








7939 








3969 


28173 


400000 








7058 








2000 


5103 


175000 








5775 





38270 


12425 


61509 


1513200 





177167 


9831 








1265 


12731 


400000 








8499 


u 


U 


5012 


46498 


800000 





U 


1898 








1769 


11067 


190000 








5348 








2043 


20232 


270000 








8346 








929 


15520 


541696 








3201 


45266 


10800 


6800 


32244 


700000 





134500 


7245 








1040 


20550 











8777 


15000 





667 


19277 


19500 








2012 








4600 


15000 


551000 








7853 


5069 





9232 


156436 


2519000 








0622 


23839 


■0 


2bb6 


21400 


bbUUU 


20UUU 


2UUUU 


6005 








2692 





135000 








7135 





4090 


512 


7781 


50000 





6000 


9208 








2272 


45982 


527000 








1700 








1422 


7662 


250000 








^2441 





5227 


7310 


49405 


975000 





.. 


8892 








5600 


61730 


700000 








51096 








5138 


34858 


775000 








6000 








837 


1589 


30000 








5000 


9800 





2750 


8300 


450000 








7029 


3842 





4128 


28851 


300000 








3144 








1453 


9793 


275000 








4743 








3013 


21670 


514164 








9625 








2900 


24302 


450000 








7853 








1258 


11249 


190000 








9134 


2386 





6151 


91912 


1704255 








7782 








4548 


25681 











0400 








2511 


47063 


235000 








12442 


189250 


68182 


169135 


1645153 


26435057 


74000 


412851 



-75- 



TABLE G MISSION 


38 


38a 


38b 


38c 


38d 


38e 


EXPENDITURES 

Eastern 
North Carolina 
Year Ending: 9-30-95 


z w 

O LU 
^§ 
|t 

^ a 

_l z 
< LU 

O X 

1- LU 


"5 

§ 
O 


1 

o 

c 
.9 
(/) 


E 
Q- 

O 


8 
< 


1 

55 


CHURCHES 














Albertson 
Alum Springs 
Bear Marsh 
Beulah 
Brown, 
Calvary 
Calypso 
Center 
Clinton, 1st 


4668 
5387 
9595 
3139 
1797 
3844 
3533 
923 
144852 










74600 










5320 


707 

1500 

4577 

1369 



1659 

1020 

274 

27334 


1094 

900 



782 

200 

1565 
840 
548 

7269 


262 

372 

290 





55 





1216 


Concord 
Corinth 
Dobson Chapel 
Evergreen 
Fa i son 
Garland 
Garner's Chapel 
Grove Park 
Hickory Park 


5009 

15012 

8670 

5769 

5997 

12566 

4400 

37266 

2872 

















1297 






2406 

7925 

4400 

1352 

1421 

5605 

500 

25017 




1223 
3776 
2909 
1500 
1421 
3004 
1100 
5003 
1100 


160 


34 

87 



233 

275 

1303 

1160 


Immanuel 
Ingold 

Island Creek 
Johnson 
Kenansville 
Magnolia 
Mision Monte Olivo 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Olive, 1st 


11377 
2282 
8483 
5063 

26011 
4889 
5527 

20269 

59503 





















16150 


3000 

1200 

2342 



8938 

2232 

3498 

11037 

23090 


1200 
200 
900 
2254 
7546 
1094 
1749 
3679 
8796 


1172 
200 
437 
214 

1002 

192 



200 

3662 


Mount Vernon 
New Hope 
Peace 

Piney Grove 
Poplar Grove 
Poston 
Rose Hill 
Rowan 
Serenitv 


14955 

2567 

2479 

4847 

2032 

25546 

27600 

9965 

564 










n 







c 
c 

6655 

C 

r 


5453 

1200 

1490 

500 

1200 

10918 

10000 

4527 

564 


4771 

1000 

639 

600 

480 

4236 

2000 

2263 

n 




40 

30 

395 







296 




Sharon 
Shi 1 oh 
Siloam 
Teachey 
Turkey 
Union Grove 
Warsaw 
Wells Chapel 
White Oak 


12990 

9264 

4656 

20492 

12304 

2567 

34075 

13571 

4522 



















11289 




3600 
5828 
1091 
3000 
5947 
58 
8930 
6563 
1251 


2432 
1750 
1400 
2000 
2379 

610 
6459 
2507 

900 


646 

94 

183 

1339 

291 



1618 

210 

533 


TOTALS 


623699 


74600 


40711 


214523 


98078 


18201 



-76- 



8f 


38g 


38h 


38i 


38j 


38k 


381 


38m 


38n 


1) 


I 
1 

6 


1 
3 


w 

c 
.2 

6 




c 

5 


CD 

•5. 


1 
1 

1 

1 


^ 




















07 





497 








845 


96 


90 


470 


85 





1000 








353 


326 


361 


90 


97 





1439 








2201 








91 


50 


245 


187 








306 


100 








63 





732 








452 








150 


65 





200 








100 











59 


140 


774 


























101 




















22 


84 


14323 


742 


811 


2268 








4263 


02 





580 








246 


92 








16 


153 


2242 




















92 





964 








71 











59 





886 





100 


255 


230 





700 


34 





459 








865 











13 





2073 

















1138 


50 





325 








400 


150 





1200 


93 


100 


2617 


55 


226 


382 








1070 


29 





383 




















95 





3456 








904 








350 


55 





227 








200 


100 








23 





1500 








700 








1981 


69 





846 

















1180 


35 





1164 








510 


225 


225 


5166 


65 





408 








197 


251 


250 





47 





133 




















92 





3246 








100 








315 








6434 








722 


477 


172 





27 





1284 

















2420 


95 





232 




















56 


35 


120 

















109 


72 


600 


1200 








680 











02 





150 




















51 





1815 








446 


25 





100 


00 


1000 


10600 




















33 





1408 








164 


38 


38 


598 





n 























5 


1135 


1500 


911 





101 


100 





1450 


9 





1025 








255 








103 


2 





677 








251 


222 


100 


400 





1060 


2085 


2085 





1060 


870 





5933 


8 





1760 


66 





422 


86 


115 


150 








300 








700 


659 














3315 








234 


45 


45 


370 


5 


445 


1074 


380 





532 


175 


120 





6 


40 


750 


190 





250 


25 


37 





8 


5037 


76491 


4429 


1137 


17172 


4292 


1553 


29797 



-77- 





42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


TABLE H SPECIAL INFO. 














Eastern 


in 




t 


i 


< 


CO 




zz. 


^ 


M 


2: 




CO 


North Carolina 


g 


c 


8 


w 





c 


Year Ending: 9-30-95 


a 


1 




.9- 


C/3 
Q. 


1 




1 


CO 


.§ 


1 


w 


§. 






DC 


to 


> 


® 




^ 




O 


2 
< 


Q- 


s 
















Albertson 








35 








Alum Springs 


5 






53 








Bear Marsh 


1 






75 


21 





Beulah 


1 






25 








Brown 


5 






40 








Calvary 


2 






81 


25 





Calypso 


1 






75 








Center 








30 








Clinton, First 


4 






375 


75 





Concord 


2 






52 








Corinth 


5 






150 


40 





Dobson Chapel 


5 






61 








Evergreen 


1 






43 








Faison 

















Garland 


1 






56 


30 





Garner's Chapel 


1 






52 








Grove Park 


5 






242 


55 





Hickory Grove 








90 





1 


Immanuel 


5 






73 


37 





Ingold 


5 






35 








Island Creek 


1 




I 


63 


30 





Johnson 


1 






50 


19 





Kenansville 


5 






128 





1 


Magnolia 


5 






47 








Mi si on Monte Olivo 


1 






96 


52 





Mount Gilead 


5 






135 





1 


Mount Olive, First 


4 






207 








Mount Vernon 


1 






98 








New Hope 


1 






20 








Peace 


5 






11 


10 





Piney Grove 


5 






45 








Poplar Grove 








35 








Poston 








160 








Rose Hill 


1 






165 





2 


Rowan 








55 


10 





Serenity 


4 






51 


25 





Sharon 


5 






125 


75 





Shiloh 


1 






94 


46 





Siloam 


1 






90 








Teachey 


5 






60 








Turkey 


1 






65 


8 





Union Grove 


1 






59 


36 





Warsaw 


5 






70 








Wells Chapel 


4 






69 


30 





White Oak 


1 






41 








TOTALS 








3682 


624 


5 



-78- 





49 


50 


51 


52 


53 


54 


55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


60 


61 


62 




1 
> 


1 

s 

1 

O 


LU 

1 

t 


O 

D 

5 
f 


i 
ffl 

O 

1 


>> 
2 


c 

f 
o 

LL 

i 

o 


1 

if 

c 


c 
= 

8 


1 
DC 

(0 
0) 

1 


O 

f 


m 


1 
1 

1 


"3 




N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 




N 




N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 




N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 




N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 




N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 




N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 




Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 




N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 




N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 




Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 




N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 




N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 




N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 




Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 




N 


N 


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